Tagua circles and beads intersect with coconut discs on this statement piece. Necklace adjusts from 15 inches long to 18 inches. Matching earrings. Please specifiy colors "Spring/Summer" or "Fall/Winter" when ordering.
The Ecuadorian Panpipe dates back at least 2000 years. Made of varying lengths of cane or bamboo tied together in a row-it is called rondador, after the night watchmen who played the instrument on their rounds.
The backstrap loom was invented in South America, and got its name because it is strapped to the weavers back to adjust the tension by moving their body.