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7 Vibes Bracelet

The color of each stone on this bright bracelet represents a different vibrational color energy. Red is for security; orange is for creativity; yellow is for self-confidence; green is for compassion; turquoise is for communication; blue is for wisdom; and purple is for enlightenment. This bracelet was handmade by the artisans of Sapia.

HANDCRAFTED IN COLOMBIA

  • Black nylon cord bracelet with seven dyed stone beads (red, orange, yellow, green, turquoise, blue, purple)
  • Adjustable knot closure
  • Handmade in Colombia

SKU: 6301840

THE MAKERS

NEST Colombia, formerly Sapia, was originally conceived in 1995 by Ana Piedrahita, an entrepreneur in Colombia‘s capital city of Bogota. Piedrahita had seen a box from Uruguay that was produced from dried orange peel and recognized the potential for producing a wide array of unique and intriguing items from this material. She decided to pursue a business specializing in the design and production of the products. The organization was formally registered in 2000. NEST Colombia has incorporated fair trade principles in its operation, as it seeks to develop the artisan-based handicraft sector in Colombia. While Colombia has recently achieved a relatively good macroeconomic climate, people in the lower income brackets continue to face serious challenges. They have used their sales growth as an opportunity t formerly Sapia, was originally conceived in 1995 by Ana Piedrahita, an entrepreneur in Colombia‘s capital city of Bogota. Piedrahita had seen a box from Uruguay that was produced from dried orange peel and recognized the potential for producing a wide array of unique and intriguing items from this material. She decided to pursue a business specializing in the design and production of the products. The organization was formally registered in 2000. NEST Colombia has incorporated fair trade principles in its operation, as it seeks to develop the artisan-based handicraft sector in Colombia. While Colombia has recently achieved a relatively good macroeconomic climate, people in the lower income brackets continue to face serious challenges. They have used their sales growth as an opportunity to reach out to other artisan groups in rural areas of the country.
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