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Rosenbergia Insecta Dish

Original price $499.00 - Original price $499.00
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$499.00 - $499.00
Current price $499.00
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Perfect as a jewelry dish or centrepiece, the Rosenbergia Insecta Dish is a buglike beauty that infuses Colombian artisanal traditions and indigenous craftsmanship with urban chic. Hand-carved from local wood in Putumayo by artisans of the Kamentza ethnic group, it is then dressed in more than 20,000 beads.

Its pattern is inspired by the Rosenbergia beetle, a species that roams the rainforests of Colombia, it is an unusual decoration that will forever draw the eye.

Wood and Czech beads

10.6" x 6" (27cm x 16cm)
4.4lb. (2kg)


Please note, this item is made to order will take 45 business days to create. Once it is ready it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

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If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • Do not wet.
  • Do not expose to the light of the sun.
  • Do not hit, clean with a dry cloth.
  • Do not use abrasive soap.
  • Alta Estudio

    Alta Estudio

    Industrial and product designer Alejandro Tapias studied in Europe before moving back to his native Colombia to set up Alta Estudio and create beautiful, utilitarian objects with the help of master artisans from the country’s diverse cultural landscape.

    Working with indigenous communities, Alejandro designs stunning objects of home decor, which tell stories, maintain traditions and identities and encapsulate in themselves the stunning landscapes, climates, resources, and history of the places where they were made. Read more
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