Handmade in Colombia
The hoops of the earrings are handwoven by women of the Kankuama people of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, they are made fiber extracted from a type of native agave plant called “Maguey.” The body of the earrings are handwoven in the Zenu Reserve in Tuchin Cordoba with “caña flecha”. This is a technique developed for the “sombrero volteado” or “turned over” hat used in the coffee plantations.
Mola Sasa has launched a limited-edition eco-friendly capsule collection to promote the management, sustainable use and long-term preservation of Colombian native natural resources.
2.4" diameter hoop
About the Brand
Free-spirited and worldly, Mola Sasa is synonymous of an effortlessly chic individuality that speaks for itself. Seeking to close the gap between the origins and the present moment, Mola Sasa collaborates directly with various indigenous communities of Latin America to translate their traditional art forms and crafts into unparalleled accessory collections defined by a distinctive blending of techniques, colors, textures and materials.