A collection that tries to represent a small part of Africa, using colors and earth tones, with textures reminiscent of the crafts and revere the majestic tribal work.
This necklace is handmade with silk, cotton and blue glass balls.
Nangara products are made of high standard with silk threads, stones, mother of pearl, coconut shell, wood, among other noble and natural materials. Thus, they will always be unique because the nature of his caprice does not equal two stones, and each piece of wood or coconut is hand carved.
The silk used in the manufacture of Nangara products are handmade from discarded cocoons or unfit for the industry, with the parameters sedimented conceptions of naturalism, recycling and social commitment. They are colored with vegetable dyes such as onion skin, pine bark, mate, coffee, eucalyptus and others, resulting in pure silk of high quality. Some colors are not possible with this type of material, and dyes have been developed for such specialty chemicals, not harmful to the environment.
The woods used are noble, as itaúba, ivory wood, cedar among others but always respecting nature. Woods are harvested on beaches, brought by sea, remains of buildings or the reuse of furniture, all carved by hand.
The stones, in their different shapes and colors, both natural and polished pieces to give a special touch. Many people believe that the stones have their own strength and are lucky charms and healing. Carved by Mother Nature, are symbols of perfection.
This necklace is made with silk, glass, cotton and base metal.