JEWELRY ACCESSORIES WHOLESALE FASHION HANDMADE MANUFACTURER DISTRIBUTOR SUPPLIER BULK ONLINE TRENDY

Wholesale trendy jewelryWholesale jewelry Accessories fashion jewelryOur unique materials Wholesale designer jewelryWholesale handmade jewelry catalog Wholesale trendy jewelryWholesale trendy jewelry supplier Wholesale unique jewelryContact us
horn jewelryTagua jewelry Accessories - Wholesale Wholesale handmade jewelryHorn Jewelry Accessories Wholesale trendy jewelryCrochet Seed/Tagua - Wholesale Wholesale designer jewelryHorn rings - Wholesale fashion jewelry Wholesale designer jewelrySeeds and Tagua
Wholesale trendy jewelryTrendy necklaces & earrings Wholesale unique jewelryUnique bracelets bangles cuff Wholesale designer jewelryChokers - Wholesale trendy jewelry Wholesale trendy jewelryGaia decoration - Handmade accessory manufacturer

 

Wholesale Handmade Fashion Jewelry Store Accessories Necklaces Bracelets Rings
Wholesale Handmade Fashion Jewelry Store Accessories Necklaces Bracelets Rings

 

Chochos, easily recognizable for their bright orange and red colors, are leguminosas found on the jungle floors in Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, and Peru. They come from the family of trees Ormosia spp, and there are many different species of chochos.

Chochos aren’t edible – by humans, animals or birds. They do, however, provide an important source of nitrogen in soils in the jungle. Each tree produces hundreds of thousands of seeds that fall to the ground.

Working with chochos isn’t new. The Amazonian Indians use chochos for their own decorative purposes – necklaces, bracelets, and ceremonial pieces. In Peru, chochos are considered lucky. They are given to newlyweds so the couple will be happy, prosperous, and fertile.

The artist who creates these necklaces, bracelets, and earrings out of chochos lives in a protected zone in the Coffee Region of Colombia, South America. In this area, there is no logging or paper manufacturing plants. She literally collects the chochos from her own backyard. Currently, she is planting and propagating more Ormosia spp in her farm. This will enrich her farm’s soil as well as give her more material with which to work.

 


Ana Maria’s designs have been inspired by her natural surroundings – jungle floors colored like a Seurat painting – dots of red and orange in an impressionist world.


 

 


.

 

JEWELRY ACCESSORIES WHOLESALE FASHION HANDMADE MANUFACTURER DISTRIBUTOR SUPPLIER BULK ONLINE TRENDY

Wholesale trendy jewelryWholesale jewelry Accessories fashion jewelryOur unique materials Wholesale designer jewelryWholesale handmade jewelry catalog Wholesale trendy jewelryWholesale trendy jewelry supplier Wholesale unique jewelryContact us
horn jewelryTagua jewelry Accessories - Wholesale Wholesale handmade jewelryHorn Jewelry Accessories Wholesale trendy jewelryCrochet Seed/Tagua - Wholesale Wholesale designer jewelryHorn rings - Wholesale fashion jewelry Wholesale designer jewelrySeeds and Tagua
Wholesale trendy jewelryTrendy necklaces & earrings Wholesale unique jewelryUnique bracelets bangles cuff Wholesale designer jewelryChokers - Wholesale trendy jewelry Wholesale trendy jewelryGaia decoration - Handmade accessory manufacturer