We are a small family with origins in Latin America rooted in indigenous traditions and have lived and travelled extensively throughout the world. These global experiences continue to give us the opportunity to connect and nurture authentic relationships with artisans. Supporting local indigenous artists and cultivating relationships is our passion.

With the recent launch of Global Indigenous Crafts, we chose to begin our focus on artisans from the Amazon and Sacred Valley of Peru. Peru is a vast and diverse country, most famous for Machu Pichu. It’s a country that boasts a variety of landscapes, from mountains to beaches to deserts to rainforests. Within this region of extremes, art has been an important part of its culture for thousands of years dating back to pre-Inca times. Today, artisans continue to carry on their rich cultural traditions and infuse contemporary interpretations into their work.

We hope you enjoy exploring our product line and are inspired to make a purchase for yourself, a friend, or loved one that will result in supporting an indigenous artisan and their family.


Build prosperous bridges between indigenous artisans and the global community.


Foster sustainability and wellbeing of indigenous communities by supporting artisans.


We feature global indigenous artisan’s handicrafts. Product information is included below.

Amazonian Art: The Amazon is the largest rainforest in the world and covers nearly half of Peru. Within this region there is great biodiversity (richness in numbers of plants and animals) that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The ancestral peoples of the Amazon number to about one million and are divided into about 400 Tribes, each with their own language, culture, and territory. Tribal community members are deeply rooted to the natural world of the rainforest they call home. This deep connection to nature is expressed through their handicrafts. We encourage you to explore our product line that includes one-of-a-kind baskets, textiles, bags, seed necklaces, bracelets, earrings, gourd wall hangings and ornaments.

Chambira Palm Fiber Art: Native artisans from the Peruvian Amazon create unique handwoven pieces from Chambira palm fiber. Each piece is handwoven and mostly colored with natural plant dyes. Items include woven baskets, bracelets, earrings, bags, ornaments, and animal sculptures.

Shipibo Textiles: The textiles from the Shipibo community are rich in cultural tradition. Each piece is decorated with geometric patterns and colored with natural polychrome dyes. It is known that Shipibo’s take ayahuasca, a hallucinogen, where they visualize the designs and forms in their mind which later result in their final handwoven creations. Every textile has a rich meaning, and each piece is one-of-a-kind. Shipibo art is one of the most representative cultural expressions of the Peruvian Amazon.

Sacred Valley Textiles: Indigenous Quechua women living in the Sacred Valley region are highly skilled weavers and continue their ancient tradition today. They still spin llama, alpaca, sheep wool, and cotton into yarn and weave the yarn into cloth to create textiles. These colorful works are naturally dyed, woven by hand and include ancient patterns into the design. Products include handwoven bags, bracelets, headbands, table runner/altar cloths, and wraps.

Instruments: Peruvian artisans create beautiful instruments that are unique and one-of-a-kind.

Shipibo Gourd Rattles & Handheld Shakers: Peruvian artisans hand carved each piece with traditional design patterns. These instruments are traditionally used for ceremonies. The Shipibo see and hear patterns in nature and reproduce them in design and song. Both can serve a multitude of purposes, such as healing, protection, harmony, and abundance.

Peruvian Bird Water Whistle: Peruvian artisans handmade these ceramic bird whistles. Each piece features a hand painted design. To play, fill with water, gently blow the tail, and hear the bird sing. The sound can be changed depending on how much water you put inside.

Plant Products: Some of our products we offer are directly sourced from plants from the Amazon Rainforest and are commonly used in many communities. Products include dragon’s blood, dietary teas, hapes and applicators (tepis and kuripes). These items will be coming soon.

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