Meet our Artisans
Our brand is committed to giving back to society, and we team up with the hardworking artisans of the T’boli indigenous tribe, as well as various jewelry makers around the Philippine Islands.
Further on this page we would like to introduce them.
Golden Monstera of Siargao Island
A sustainable jewelry brand that’s locally handcrafted in Siargao Island Philippines. Each piece we share our passion for design, love for nature & the environment. We work with one of the most environmentally friendly metals in the world. Brass can be recycled many times over without diminishing the composition so it means that the recycling process can continue, thus making the metal highly sustainable & the energy costs are lower than those of other metals. It is a natural and sustainable earth-derived material. An affordable alternative to gold that has a luxurious look and feel.
Inabel Weavers in Bangar La Union
The age-old weaving process is called Abel using traditional wooden looms by a group of skilled weavers in the northern Philippines. A beautiful and light weight Inabel handwoven towel is the perfect accessory to accompany you all year round. Our collection blends modern design with age old abel weaving techniques capturing the warmth and elegance of Philippines made products with the vibrance of summertime.
T’boli Tribe of Lake Sebu South Cotabato
Named after the tribe that makes them, our Tboli Collection serves a social purpose. We collaborate with brass casters from the T’boli tribe in South Cotabato, Philippines. Each jewelry is unique and tells a story. Every piece is handcrafted in small batches to showcase the highest quality T’boli craftsmanship available, with the aim of creating dignified employment and sharing the stories of the T’boli people.
Mylene and her family from Boracay Island
Mylene and her family owns a small-scale family business in Puka Beach Boracay. Together with them, we sit down, design and create a whole collection of gemstones, Philippine pearls and seed beads. Through this collaboration, this helps her fund the on-going construction of her house.
The picture shows Mylene working on one of our beautiful collections. This work also supports her and her family.