Abut la tagueria tagua
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ABOUT

La Tagueria is a family-run business consisting of Martha
and Alain Misrachi who, with their backgrounds in teaching
art and working with industrial buttons, established
themselves as a jewelry making workshop in 1999.

The workshop is located in the booming industrial
district of Bogota. In 2004, La Tagueria was awarded
the distinction by Unesco as the best Arts and Crafts
Designers and in 2013, was awarded as the Best Small
Exporter in Colombia and have pioneered many methods
of producing unique shapes and custom colors to
contemporary designs.

These designs help keep the workshop unique along
with the variety of color combinations, the quality in
the way the seed is polished and the exploration
of new ways of cutting, shaping and dying the tagua seed

Rural communities in Colombia are encouraged to
harvest tagua for La Tagueria projects, not just for the
economic well being but also to preserve the flora and
fauna instead of deforesting the land.

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ABOUT

La Tagueria is a family-run business consisting of Martha and Alain Misrachi who, with their
backgrounds in teaching art and working with industrial buttons, established themselves as a jewelry making
workshop in 1999.

The workshop is located in the booming industrial district of Bogota. In 2004, La Tagueria was awarded
the distinction by Unesco as the best Arts and Crafts Designers and in 2013, was awarded as the Best Small Exporter
in Colombia and have pioneered many methods of producing unique shapes and custom colors to contemporary designs.

These designs help keep the workshop unique along the variety of color combinations, the quality in way the seed is
polished and the exploration of new ways of cutting, shaping and dying the tagua seed.

Rural communities in Colombia are encouraged to harvest tagua for La Tagueria projects, not just for the economic well
being but also to preserve the flora and fauna instead of deforesting the land.

CLOSE

ABOUT

La Tagueria is a family-run business consisting of Martha and Alain Misrachi
who, with their backgrounds in teaching art and working with industrial
buttons, established themselves as a jewelry making workshop in 1999.

The workshop is located in the booming industrial district of Bogota. In 2004,
La Tagueria was awarded the distinction by Unesco as the best Arts and Crafts
Designers and in 2013, was awarded as the Best Small Exporter in Colombia and
have pioneered many methods of producing unique shapes and custom colors
to contemporary designs.

These designs help keep the workshop unique along the variety of color
combinations, the quality in way the seed is polished and the exploration
of new ways of cutting, shaping and dying the tagua seed.

Rural communities in Colombia are encouraged to harvest tagua for La
Tagueria projects, not just for the economic well being but also to preserve the
flora and fauna instead of deforesting the land.