The Loida Creolla is a special to us as it was the piece wherein one of our partner artisans so shyly asked if he could name this piece after his sister - he had even consulted with his family members abroad via video call! It was one of the first times we saw our artisans' enthusiasm for the craft slowly start to come back since we met them in 2017. Hooray for little victories!
Embellished with tiny little hearts of gold, this crowd favorite is sure to lift your spirits! Look and feel good every time you wear them, or give your loved ones a thoughtful gift with our delicately crafted Loida Creollas. 💛
Named after an artisan's grandmother, the Claudia Creolla holds as special place in our hearts as the very first creolla we have ever made!
This traditional design may bring back memories of your childhood, seeing your lola or mother fondly wearing and looking elegant in earrings resembling the Claudia. Some of you are reminded of similar jewelry while curiously shuffling through your lola's aparador.
Our team decided to preserve its original look, only making several adjustments to ensure easier wear and an improved fit for the modern Filipina.
Our Claudia Creolla is a testament that timeless pieces truly never go out of style.
P.S. We're loving how the Claudia Creolla leaves so many of you incredibly nostalgic. Do continue to share your stories with us, we love hearing about them all!
Create effortless sophistication with our Lexy Creolla Earrings.
These intricately crafted creolla earrings are dedicated to an artisan's youngest daughter, Lexy. Three years after our team met her and her father in 2017, Lexy expressed interest in wanting to learn how to make tambourine jewelry for the first time! We remain hopeful that in time, we will be able to generate interest among the youth and pass on the craft to the next generation of artisans.
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Gold Version: Made of 985 pure silver coated in 24-karat gold
The Leona Creolla celebrates Filipina poet Leona Florentino, mother of Philippine women's literature and a pillar of feminism in the country who was ahead of her time.
Despite being barred from education for her gender, she defied all odds with her perseverance and hard work, even gaining international recognition for her literary contributions in the late 19th century.
A lightweight, wearable piece of art, this best-selling pair sold out within 2 days of its release! Own this delicate statement piece today.
The Alyssa Creolla Hoops are not your ordinary hoops.
Adorned with 64 floral patterns with a total of 1,280 petals, the Alyssa Creolla Hoops are a work of art showcasing ancient techniques in jewelry-making and the exquisite skill and talent of Filipino craftsmen.