Mexican Filigree Earrings from Oaxaca - Blue Crystals **GLOW STRONG ITEM**

Designer: Artisans of Juchitán

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These intricate filigree earrings were handmade in Oaxaca, Mexico, and are from a small town in a municipality called Tehuantepec. The traditional garb of this region consists of heavily embroidered garments accessorized with large amounts of gold jewelry....often gold filigree earrings like these!  Frida Kahlo, the famous Mexican painter, was my inspiration for going to Oaxaca. During her lifetime she adopted the traditional Tehuana attire as a means of showing her solidarity with the strong women of this matriarchal Zapotec society. I was pleased to find pieces that were representative of what she may have worn. These earrings were created by the hands of older artisans since many of the young people in the pueblo don't have interest in learning this art. They are brilliant in every respect. 

  • 3” L x 1.5” W
  • Latch hook pierced backs
  • Hand filigree work, Bathed in Gold to create the bright traditional finish, blue crystal detail
  • Handcrafted in a small community called Juchitan in the State of Oaxaca, Mexico

 ** Of the extra pictures one is of the Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán in the center of Oaxaca City (the city were I curated these amazing earrings). The second is of the pedestrian walking street in the charming "el centro" of Oaxaca City. Love travel. 

What is a *Glow Strong* item? It is a special treasure that we have marked down as an effort to bring some more *happy* and brightness in your life as we all navigate this unsettling time. Stay Healthy. Stay Glowing. Stay Strong. And let's *Glow Strong* together so we can get to the other side of this crisis. 


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