this chain was beaded over 6 hours with approx 1200 beads. Hand woven on a traditional loom by indigenous Inga artisans in Putumayo, Colombia using glass beads, woven one bead at a time with the same thread that the Indigenous people used to use for fishing, making our pieces very durable. Pool, Spa and sauna safe.
- Hand made glass beads
- Nylon string
Made in Colombia.
Founded by Uyghur/Uzbek migrant designer and linguist - Denara Amat, SEDA Collective creates ethical one of a kind wearable art working directly with indigenous Colombian Artisans. Having fallen in love with the colours, textiles and the history of Colombian handmade arts, Denara started SEDA Collective in 2018.
The beading with all its different techniques and meanings represents the values and culture of Colombia’s indigenous people; their traditional hand-woven technique is a unique skill passed down through many generations.
With a focus on the women, preserving culture and the stories woven into its jewellery, SEDA Collective has created a business structure to empower female indigenous artisans who create their stunning beaded pieces.
SEDA Collective and Collective Closets proudly bring you these two beautifully beaded pieces to complete all your summer outfits.