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In Embera Chami dialect, Hûmâdâ means moon, and jêdâkû means sun. For indigenous people, the Sun And the Moon are gods that lead our lives and destiny. This necklace is a tribute to these beliefs and cosmogony.
Materials: Pendant in gold plated silver with zircons. Chain in gold plated brass. 24 karats
About the BrandMakua is inspired by the beauty and exuberance of the landscapes of Colombia, its birds, its forests, and the countless kinds of butterflies. Makua pieces are crafted by 60 women of 2 different ethnic groups in Colombia: the Emberá and the Kuna. Makua helps these women continue to develop the techniques passed down from generation to generation so that their ancestral knowledge can be preserved.
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