• Embroidered Mexican Earrings de Manta Quick View

    One-of-a-kind beautiful handwoven earrings in traditional Mexican designs from Jalisco, Mexico on manta (Mexican cotton). They are approximately 2 inches tall and come in assorted colors. Supply is limited.

    Featured model: Laura Varela of Xica Media / Xica Nation / Varela Film. Laura is wearing a set in blue/green along with a beautiful straw hat from Michoacan which is available here.

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      Embroidered Mexican Earrings de Manta Quick View
    • Embroidered Mexican Earrings de Manta
    • $10.00
    • One-of-a-kind beautiful handwoven earrings in traditional Mexican designs from Jalisco, Mexico on manta (Mexican cotton). They are approximately 2 inches tall and come in assorted colors. Supply is limited. Featured model: Laura Varela of Xica Media / Xica Nation / Varela Film. Laura is wearing a set in blue/green along with a beautiful straw hat from Michoacan which is available…
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  • Ayoyote Earrings Quick View

    Approx. 4″ long, 1″ wide.
    International shipping from Mexico Est. 21 days.
    Limited supply!

    Made with ayoyotes grown in a community garden and harvested with respect from El Cerro de La Reina (the Mountain of the Queen), a sacred site and buried pyramid in Tonala, Jalisco. These ayoyotes come from the same tree and were harvested and crafted in prayer and with respect by our family. These were also bathed in the light of the full moon on November 23, 2018 at the same location.

    Ayoyotes are traditionally used for their medicinal and spiritual properties by the indigenous cultures of Mexico. They are used to create ceremonial regalia and musical instruments for their sound, which replicate the sound of rain.

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    • Ayoyote Earrings
    • $30.00 $20.00
    • Approx. 4" long, 1" wide. International shipping from Mexico Est. 21 days. Limited supply! Made with ayoyotes grown in a community garden and harvested with respect from El Cerro de La Reina (the Mountain of the Queen), a sacred site and buried pyramid in Tonala, Jalisco. These ayoyotes come from the same tree and were harvested and crafted in prayer…
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