Lanmou Freda is a recycled wood earrings.
” Ezili Freda is the goddess of love, beauty, and luxury. Her colors are pink and white. Her day is Thursday. She’s a lover, she loves to be in love and be loved. She loves affection, attention, passion, beauty luxury comfort and everything high class. Extremely conceited.
She drinks Anisette sweet liqueur, and champagne. She likes to eat white rice, fish, sweet rice pudding, white wine, white grapes, and melon. She loves gold jewelry, pink rose flowers ” Ref.labelledessebotanica
Hand made & hand painted wooden heels earrings made with recycled wood!
For those women who love heels, we sheers you up. There is the sun and a complete village in your heart when you wear heels.
Long genuine leather earrings.
Meaning of Fèt Chanpèt
“Summer in Haiti is dominated by the “Fèt Champèt,” an annual town festival centered around a patron saint. The Fèt Champèt for each town means a celebration for their patron saint with multiple days of music, dancing, games, great food and bustling markets, accompanied often by vodou festivities on the perimeters. Since this occurs during summer vacation, thousands of Haitians are able to attend the Fèt Champèts each year.”
Beautifully made earrings with recycled wood.
“Erzulie Dantor, is often represented by the black virgin holding a child. She is a powerful Loa, who was very important in the liberation of Haiti. Protector of women and children.
Hard worker, she brings money through work, through dreams, through merit. Very useful in situations of injustice.”
Tonmtonm is a recylce Hand painted wood earrings with square copper & bronze spiral.
Meaning of Tonmtonm
“Tonmtonm is a Haitian dish that is made with mashed breadfruit as the main ingredient. Sometimes, it is combined with okra or sweet potatoes. It is traditionally made in a large, deep mortar with a long pestle. Some believe that the name of the dish comes from the sound that the large pestle produces when it is stamped in the mortar. When tonmtonm is mashed, it is then gathered, shaped into a ball, and served as an accompaniment to kalalou gonbo.”