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Atitocou

Carla de Carvalho and Maíra Rodrigues had one common dream: to reinvent the concept of jewelry. Following this desire, they founded Atitocou in 2013. Since then, they have been exploring new ways and materials to develop their jewelry.
Their contemporary jewelry is the perfect combination between plastic arts, design and handicraft. Each handmade piece is developed from mainly three materials: colored pieces of paper, recycled silver and piaçava coconut (Attalea funifera) – a native plant from southern Bahia, giving all Aticocou products a unique style.

Atitocou believe that through sustainability it is possible to rethink the jewelry market and its’ consumer’s behaviors. Therefore, their pieces are made from environmentally friendly raw materials and almost all these materials are bought from local suppliers. They also reuse residues from their own production.

Atitocou

Carla de Carvalho and Maíra Rodrigues had one common dream: to reinvent the concept of jewelry. Following this desire, they founded Atitocou in 2013. Since then, they have been exploring new ways and materials to develop their jewelry.
Their contemporary jewelry is the perfect combination between plastic arts, design and handicraft. Each handmade piece is developed from mainly three materials: colored pieces of paper, recycled silver and piaçava coconut (Attalea funifera) – a native plant from southern Bahia, giving all Aticocou products a unique style.

Atitocou believe that through sustainability it is possible to rethink the jewelry market and its’ consumer’s behaviors. Therefore, their pieces are made from environmentally friendly raw materials and almost all these materials are bought from local suppliers. They also reuse residues from their own production.

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