The Inga Panga Wasi are an indigenous tribe that lives in the Putumayo region, near the border with Ecuador. Women are in charge of showing their values and cultural heritage through the crafts they make. That is why their pieces always tell a story and are loaded with many symbols.
For this tribe, the rhombus shape represents the eye of the Sun God, which enlightens, takes care and protects everyone equally and in all directions.
The woven part of this bracelet is made by Inga Panga Wasi women, with Czech glass seed beads. It has a chain decorated with faceted glass balls, a royal blue cord and faceted metallic beads.
- All the silver pieces are in zamak (aluminum, magnesium and copper alloy) with a silver bath coating. They are nickel free.
- Measures: adjustable length and 4cms wide.
- The sliding knot makes it quick and easy to put on, adapting to any wrist.
- Handmade in Colombia.