ISSUU - Color by Amber Fall 2013 Catalog by Color By Amber

Color by Amber Fall 2013 Catalog

Lattice women aged 18-24, who walked six days from their remote village in Solukumbu carefully hand-knot Raffia Palm leaves, fibers from Madagascar, to make the lattice. colorbyamber.com #fullcircle #organicjewelry #ecoresin

Lattice women aged who walked six days from their remote village in Solukumbu carefully hand-knot Raffia Palm leaves, fibers from Madagascar, to make the lattice

Banana fiber weavers create yarn through a process of gather wild plants, drying and softening the salks and spinning the material by hand. | Social Responsibility | 3form colorbyamber.com #fullcircle #organicjewelry #ecoresin

Banana fiber weavers create yarn through a process of gather wild plants, drying and softening the salks and spinning the material by hand. | Social Responsibility | 3form colorbyamber.com #fullcircle #organicjewelry #ecoresin

Banana fiber weavers create yarn through a process of gather wild plants, drying and softening the salks and spinning the material by hand. | Social Responsibility | 3form colorbyamber.com #fullcircle #organicjewelry #ecoresin

Banana fiber weavers create yarn through a process of gather wild plants, drying and softening the salks and spinning the material by hand. | Social Responsibility | 3form colorbyamber.com #fullcircle #organicjewelry #ecoresin

Farmers in China gather "prayer leaves" which are then washed and processed in a delicate manner  | Social Responsibility | 3form colorbyamber.com #fullcircle #organicjewelry #ecoresin

Farmers in China gather "prayer leaves" which are then washed and processed in a delicate manner | Social Responsibility | 3form colorbyamber.com #fullcircle #organicjewelry #ecoresin

laying out bamboo rings #fullcircle #jewelry

Bamboo Rings, used in the 'Bamboo Rings' Full Circle Varia Ecoresin product.

one of our full circle artisans at work #fullcircle #jewelry

one of our full circle artisans at work

Silk workshop in Katmandu

Silk workshop in Katmandu. The Silk is part of our Full Circle line @ Colorbyamber.

The indigenous people of Chia, the Muisce tribe, in Colombia have used sisal for generations to make woven sacks for coffee beans. #ecoresin #fullcirlce #organicjewelry

The indigenous people of Chia, the Muisce tribe, in Colombia have used sisal for generations to make woven sacks for coffee beans.

learn more about our connections line and where the inner-layers come from

Our Full Circle giving program supports the artisans who help us create our eco friendly jewelry.

learn more about our full circle program and Nepal

This is "FC Nepal" by colorbyamber on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

2014 Africa NDEM Stylist Trip on Vimeo. #doinggoodisawesome

This is Africa NDEM Stylist Trip" by colorbyamber on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

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