Leftover pieces of tagua are ground up and turned into a resin for these pieces. Several different designs available. Pendants measre .5" - 1.25" in diameter.
A belt woven on the traditional backstrap loom can take as long as four days to complete.
“Minga” is a Quichua word that represents the idea of a collective work effort and expresses the indigenous society’s value of reciprocity.