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Crisobela

Crisobela is the creation of Columbian designer Maria Alejandra Restrepo. A lawyer by day and jewelry designer by night, her love for art, creativity and fashion led her to launch her brand in 2013. Crisobela pieces are infused with an inviting harmony of brightness, femininity, and luxury – romanticism and nature inspire her collections, and the thought and detail put into each piece makes them an individual work of art. 


Crisobela jewels are hand crafted from materials such as gold, brass, fresh water pearls, resin, crystal flakes and strass crystal. Maria fell in love with strass crytsal because of the way the crystal reflects the light, creating iridescence and colors of the rainbow. The use of strass crystal makes her pieces original , one of kind and full of authenticity. 


Although her jewels are made in Colombia the spirit of Crisobela is global as well, using ancestral techniques such as metal embroidery and handwork. To stay true to her culture she strives in future collections to use Emeralds in her work, which would add a Colombian touch to her jewlery. Emeralds have been mined in regions of Colombia for over 4,000 years and make up about 80% of the world's Emerald market.


Adorn yourself in Crisobela and feel the feminine spirit and the earthly touch of the Colombian culture in each piece. 

Crisobela

Crisobela is the creation of Columbian designer Maria Alejandra Restrepo. A lawyer by day and jewelry designer by night, her love for art, creativity and fashion led her to launch her brand in 2013. Crisobela pieces are infused with an inviting harmony of brightness, femininity, and luxury – romanticism and nature inspire her collections, and the thought and detail put into each piece makes them an individual work of art. 


Crisobela jewels are hand crafted from materials such as gold, brass, fresh water pearls, resin, crystal flakes and strass crystal. Maria fell in love with strass crytsal because of the way the crystal reflects the light, creating iridescence and colors of the rainbow. The use of strass crystal makes her pieces original , one of kind and full of authenticity. 


Although her jewels are made in Colombia the spirit of Crisobela is global as well, using ancestral techniques such as metal embroidery and handwork. To stay true to her culture she strives in future collections to use Emeralds in her work, which would add a Colombian touch to her jewlery. Emeralds have been mined in regions of Colombia for over 4,000 years and make up about 80% of the world's Emerald market.


Adorn yourself in Crisobela and feel the feminine spirit and the earthly touch of the Colombian culture in each piece. 

Medellin, Colombia

Medellin is nestled in a valley in the mountainsides of Columbia, nicknamed the "City of Eternal Spring" after its year round spring-like weather. Over last decade, Medellin has bounced back from being the most dangerous city in the world to a vibrant tourist hot spot, and the new fashion capital of Columbia. Art lovers enjoy museums known for their edgy installations and mixed media sculptures, salsa dancing enthusiasts enjoy the nightlife, and delicious street food is abundant. Medellin had reinvented itself over the past decade with its public transportation system, education-focused infrastructure projects, and tech scene. Known for its trendy coffee shops, coffee tours are offered in the valleys where you can pick your own coffee on the plantations.

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