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Collection: BOHO & ETHNIC

Traditional ethnic jewelry is replete with cultural symbolism; Each design, pattern or material has a unique meaning and are often used in important rituals or celebrations. The use of gems, stones or metals usually has a special relationship with the environment and cultural context. This type of ancient tribal ethnic jewelry is a way of transmitting stories and myths, as well as representing cultural narratives.

The 1970s and 1980s saw a flowering of creativity in the world of jewelry, especially in the realm of vintage ethnic boho style. This style captured the essence of freedom and personal expression, reflecting the spirit of an era characterized by music, fashion and counterculture.

Vintage boho jewelry from those years used natural gems such as turquoise and amber, as well as semi-precious stones and organic materials such as wood and seashells. The pieces were often large and bold, with an eclectic mix of colors and textures.

Some iconic designers and brands left an indelible mark on this movement. Elsa Peretti, known for her collaborations with Tiffany & Co., created pieces that captured the essence of boho style with their elegant simplicity.

The influence of music, especially rock and folk, had a significant impact on vintage boho jewelry. The pieces evoked the spirit of iconic musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Joni Mitchell. Leather chokers, silver rings and bracelets with ethnic details were key elements in the wardrobe of music and fashion lovers of that era.

Vintage boho jewelry from the 70s and 80s became symbols of authenticity and self-expression, and today is highly valued for its quality and authenticity.

Viaje al estilo boho: Accesorios vintage de los años 70 y 80.