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National stone of the Dominican Republic

National stone of the Dominican Republic

National stone of the Dominican Republic

Pendant in the shape of a flower, with larimar stone.

Pendant in the shape of a flower combining amber and larimar.

I said Plata / Larimar (National Stone of the Dominican Republic)

This piece has been inspired by the abundant Caribbean flora of the region

This piece is one of the typical Dominican handicrafts.

This piece is one of the typical Dominican handicrafts

Piece inspired by a picture of everyday life

Piece inspired by dances and typical Dominican costumes.

Piece inspired by the dances and typical Dominican costumes, scenes that you can contemplate in the folkloric representations that are made throughout the country in parties and special dates. This piece is made by hand using musú (scouring pad, which is generally used as a sponge for toilet) as raw material, as well as colored ribbons, tincture and non-toxic glue on contact.

Pieces inspired by the Caribbean fauna and typical Dominican parrots that can be observed both in the mountains and in some cities of the country, like Santiago, at dawn and dusk always accompanied by their partner on the fly and emitting common sounds in the imaginary that inspires Caribbean.

This piece has been made by hand with bead beads.

Within the care of the piece to preserve its durability is recommended: Keep it out of contact with corrosive chemicals, regularly clean it regularly with slightly soapy water, rinse well and dry with a cloth that does not scratch. Buff gently with a cloth to polish jewelry.

Pieces inspired by the Caribbean fauna made by hand with beaded beads, fantasy and terminals in bathroom silver or gold golfi (gold plate, Gold Filled).

Within the care of the piece to preserve its durability is recommended: Keep it out of contact with corrosive chemicals, regularly clean it regularly with slightly soapy water, rinse well and dry with a cloth that does not scratch. Buff gently with a cloth to polish jewelry.

The guinea painted gray, carved in almacigo wood. Hand painted

Elaborated in clay, hand painted with vibrant colors and floral and arabic brushstrokes. It is a firm manifestation of Dominican expression. The faceless doll represents the union of three races: Aboriginal, African and European, which is why Dominicans do not have a defined face.

Small lizard in metal, hand painted with light colors.

Turtle to place the soap in the bathroom. Elaborated in guayacán wood and carapace made in coconut.

Small turtle-shaped figures, manufactured and finely carved in guayacan wood.

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