Beautiful Green earrings made with Tagua. This ecoligical material last forever. About ” jeremi” Jeremi is the capital of the department of Grand-Anse located to 193 km west of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Formerly, the city of Jeremi was called Trou-Jérémie. It was founded in 1760
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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
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Wood & hand colored horn Necklace.
Jacmel is a municipality in In the South East Department of Haiti. The city was built at the end of the seventeenth century. It is one of the oldest cities in the country, yet past and present coexist harmoniously.
This beautiful long necklace is made with recycled wood, genuine leather and glass beads.
She represents the spirit of the woman in transition about life. she dont know yet who she is, but she feels deep inside the day has come.
Her thought is no longer the same. Her body is no longer the same. Her desires are no longer the same. Her way of loving is no longer the same.
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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.”