The Moray bracelet is a designer artwork made with crocheted silver 1000 threads. Silver 1000 is a noble material used to develop jewels that require movement.
The bracelet is named after the Inca ruins, Moray. These unusual ruins from Peru consist of several circular terraced depressions, the largest of which is approximately 30m deep.
- Silver 1000 (textile silver)
How product is made
We believe in being an active player in the Latin American culture, and we are committed to contribute to improving the lives of vulnerable people on the continent. Therefore, your purchase allows us to invest in advancing goldsmith skills in people from the poorest sectors, to instill knowledge that will allow them to move out of poverty and create a long-term positive trajectory of change in their lives.
We provide them with professional goldsmith training, facilitate jobs within our supplier network, and pay their starting salaries as they strengthen their specialization to becoming skilled artisans in the job market.
All our designer jewels are developed using noble and durable materials and ensured utmost attention to every detail.
Along with, all the goldsmiths and artisans in our network work with manual processes, making one piece at a time, reducing, reusing and recycling materials, and thus, our footprint on earth.
Made in Latin America