This colorful and cheerful necklace is inspired by HONDA, a tropical city on the banks of the Magdalena River in Colombia. It is famous for its colorful colonial architecture and lush gardens. The name of Honda comes from the Ondaima, an indigenous group that lived there in the pre-Columbian period. During the 19th century Honda was known as "the city of bridges". It is a beautiful city with many magical places to visit.
This is a bib-type necklace, which is made up of a central body woven by hand with fuchsia rayon thread using artisanal basket-weaving techniques, two types of brass chain (it has a coat that does not change color and is very resistant), nautical cords, howlite beads and metallic beads.