PrendaBella

Skull Gold and Beads Choker

$106 $115

We come from the source, we return to the source. 

That is, when the energy of life reaches the edge of its cycle, it returns to the source to regenerate. In the worldview, of the indigenous peoples, we believe that life-death is nothing more than the entrance to another cycle of life, to another plane of existence. A necessary step for transformation.

A good amulet for bravery and power in times of uncertainty

  • Created with the ancestral technique of ‘cire-perdue’ or ‘lost-wax’ process
  • 24k gold-plated bronze
  • Glass beads

Your jewelry piece will ship no later than November 6th for 3-5 day delivery.

Find more information about pre-orders here.

 Yumajai collaborates and uses a co-creation process with local talented indigenous artisans and young promising designers in Colombia to fuse an ancient indigenous craft & art with a modern design approach to generate unique designs. The collection offers fresh designs while supporting the culture of the indigenous tribes through the preservation of crafts, designs and ancestral wisdom.  


100% Handmade-All of the jewelry is handmade by the Embera tribe, following their ancient tradition of craft. Each piece is specially made for you to order.

Local impact: We act on a global scale to impact local communities. As we develop our work with the indigenous tribes we build local capacity to support each other and strengthen the community.

Traditional knowledge: Each piece has a meaning and a story, and each helps to preserve and pass along the unique knowledge of the Embera tribe.

Collaboration: To be able to really come with unique designs that include the old & the new we must collaborate and work with each other to listen and observe.

Made to order: “Slow is beautiful” As Yumajai aims to take care of the earth and bring more awareness to their work and the way they use the resources in the best way possible, they keep their stock small and create new items only when it's necessary and by demand following the “Slow fashion” ethics.