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Envío gratis a todo México*, en compras superiores a $2,000 mxn *Introduzca el código MVGRATIS
Envío gratis a todo México*, en compras superiores a $2,000 mxn *Introduzca el código MVGRATIS


With Michoacán roots and close to silver, wood and fabric.

She grew up attentive to the indigenous hands that transform these materials.

She lived in Pátzcuaro and witnessed the magic of goldsmiths who turn fish into jewelry.

She enjoyed the smells of cotton and the rhythm of the looms.

She discovered her recipe for becoming a designer at the Design School of the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA).

For more than twenty years she enjoyed threads, colors, shapes, weaving and printing; in short, she working with the fabrics.

She made jewelry since she was a child: she went through clay and whatever material she found, until she reached metals and stones.

At the INBA School of Crafts, she learned to knead silver to shape her own collection.

She was the winner of the “México Tercer Milenio” Biennial of Design, a silver and crystal jewelry competition promoted by Peñoles, the Reforma newspaper, Swarovski and Palacio de Hierro.

Nominated for "Recognition for the best of Fashion in 2004, 2005 and 2007".

Winner of the FIRST ABSOLUTE PLACE, in the XIII International Contest of Expo-Joya 2006 of the City of Guadalajara, Jalisco.

She exhibits at national and international fairs.

She participated in the 2004 and 2005 “Jewelry Trends” event organized by Peñoles.

Participation in the "Fashion Week" Mexico in April 2004.

Author of special jewelry collections for museums such as Antropología, Franz Mayer and San Idelfonso.