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A floral revelry takes over a stool reminiscent of the artistic styles of classic Peru. Moises Alvarez tools the leather by hand, creating patterns that evolve with floral delicacy. He crafts the legs and seat support base from Andean tornillo wood.
Maximum weight capacity 120 lbs.
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Nancy took many courses to learn the art of jewelry but fell in love with filigree. The delicate curvilinear lines of this unique style of silverwork are part of the cultural heritage of Northern Peru. Filigree jewelry is worn with many traditional costumes and a Marinera may not be danced without wearing filigree earrings. Nancy teaches filigree to her employees and others who seek her out asking to be taught this art.
Nancy's parents divorced when she was six. At 16 she was still unable to understand it and constantly missed her father. Her depression deepened and she had suicidal thoughts. It culminated in her being unable to continue her university studies. She chanced to take a jewelry course and discovered a passion that released her and changed her life.
Working with Novica brings Nancy a confidence that she previously struggled to find. Her Novica sales are steady and she has been able to find not only the belief that she will succeed but the steady income that she needs to survive and succeed.
Nancy now employs two workers, a man and a woman. They each have children and are able to support their children with their workshop earnings.
Nancy pays for her daughter's education. Her employees also have children and are able to educate them with the income from their jobs.