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Description

Description

LA JOYA DOUBLE CHOKER
Ref: FA-CI-19

Jewelry handmade in Colombia
316L Stainless Steel
18K Gold Plated

All FLOR AMAZONA jewelry is hypoallergenic and nickel free.
The metals used are Gold, Rhodium and Cobalt plated brass and 316L Stainless Steel.
FA IS MADE IN COLOMBIA

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DELIVERY & RETURN

DELIVERY

Styles and Stories covers the costs and insurance for standard delivery in the BENELUX for orders over 100 euro and in the rest of the EU for orders over 250 euro.

PostNL will deliver your order in The Netherlands within 2 days and in other countries in Europe within 2 to 5 days.

For more information regarding the shipping costs and delivery outside the EU click here.

RETURN

From the moment you receive the order you have a period of 14 days for its return. This period gives you the time to see if the product suits your expectations.

In case you would like to return your purchase we will refund the value of the product including the paid delivery costs within 14 days after processing your return. However, you will have to pay for the costs of the return delivery.

Please note, that pierced earrings including earring pendants are non-returnable for reasons of hygiene and safety.

For more information regarding the return policy please click here.

About the Designer
Designer Flor Amazona - Style and Stories

Flor Amazona is the brainchild of Colombian jewelry virtuoso Ana Maria Sarmiento. Aiming to spread the magic of Colombia, she seamlessly fuses traditional pre-Columbian gold work with contemporary styles. As such, she has carved herself a fine niche in the crème de la crème of Colombian custom jewelry. Each and every one of her exotic, eclectic creations is handmade by indigenous tribes from the Amazonian rainforest.

Working closely with the Wayuu and the Embera tribes, Ana Maria has made it her mission to keep alive and recode traditional Colombian handcraft. Thus, she provides these native communities with much needed educational support.

Complete the look

La Joya ring

La Joya ring is inspired by a special kind of Poporo from the Pre-Columbian era. Today, the indigenous people still use the Poporo as a device to storage small amounts of lime. It’s constituted out of two pieces: the receptacle and the lid. The lid includes a pin that is used to carry the lime to the mouth while chewing coca leaves. Since the chewing of coca is sacred for the indigenous people, the Poporos are also attributed with mystical powers and social status. The Poporo is made out of calabash gourd. However, in the Pre-Columbian era the indigenous people used to make it in gold. The beautiful hand-made 24k gold plated La Joya ring represents an ancient history with a contemporary edge. Extravaganza Deluxe!
139,00

Tayrona Stars

All woven and glass beaded wristlets are entirely handcrafted by indigenous tribes living in Colombia’s tropical rainforests. Each piece represents over forty hours of handwork. As a celebration to this native artistry, the Tayrona Stars is an armlet inspired by the stars of the night as seen by the indigenous in the Amazone. The 24K gold plated embellishment is a replica of a pre-Columbian Tairona nose ornament. The figure represents the indigenous symbol of status and power of the Shaman . By combining traditional bead weaving with 24K pre-Columbian gold plated ornaments, these Latin luxe bracelets are captivatingly festive and unique.
189,00

Calamari earrings

The Calamari earrings are inspired by the Pre-Columbian golden artwork attributed to the Kalamari tribes originated from the area that is now called Cartagena. The Pre-Columbian era is the period before Columbus discovered the Americas. These beautiful hand-made 24K gold plated Calamari earrings represents an ancient history with a contemporary edge. Extravaganza Deluxe!
199,00

Tokyo Black earrings

Both exotic and chic, these beautiful enameled Tokyo Black earrings are a true statement piece. The nightlife of Tokyo served as inspiration for creating these earrings. This unique 24K gold plated gem adds a jazzy flavor to any outfit- day or night. For a fiercely glamazon and cheery effect, you can wear it with a mix and match of multiple enamel bracelets.
189,00

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