Elbeto - Jewelry designers from Columbia. Using materials from rainforests such as seeds, tree bark, Amazonian fibres, Elbeto's work, is inspired by Native art, and is produced with a strong focus on conservation of nature and the environment. Elbeto's work helps support local communities whose sole source of income comes from their traditional arts and crafts.
Encanto - An eco-friendly fair trade company in Columbia that works with versatile materials to create jewelry highlighting the shapes, textures, tones, and colors found in nature.
UniformWares - Produces timepieces based around a philosophy that is firmly rooted in classic British design and contemporary styling. While the movements are handpicked from the best Japanese and Swiss manufacturers, every other component part of a Uniform Wares timepiece, from the CNC machined buckle to the hand drawn font on the back of each case, is conceived, developed and designed in the company's London offices.
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