ABOUT US
 

Peru Market is a company that joins jewelry designers, artists, micro-entrepreneurs and producers of accessoires in alpaca fibers.

Objectives

  • Create an innovative business proposals with quality products that can inspired in our cultural identity, which is our biggest advantage  in the global market.
  • Propose to the European market and specially in Switzerland the art and work of distinguished textile artists, goldsmiths, weavers, craftsmen and women who mix traditional techniques with fashion designs and trends that can compete in the international market.
  • Create contemporary jewelery in silver with traditional techniques inspired by the culture of the Incas from Peru.
  • Promote the trade of accessories in fine alpaca fibers and peruvian handicrafts.
  • Commercially mobilize women's weaving groups proposing designs to make collections of hand-woven in alpaca fiber.
  • Spread the Peruvian art and culture through trade and ethical fashion


OUR BRANDS:

Awana Alpaca
 
AWANA Alpaca is an exclusive brand of PERU MARKET and presents collections of luxurious, contemporary and sophisticated knitted and woven clothing for women and men, as well as accessories and hand-made products made with the Alpaca fiber.

AWANA Alpaca, select accessoires of different artists and women from Peru.


Kolke

KOLKE designs and produces 950 silver jewelry with semi-precious stones such as: amazonite, chrysocolla (Peruvian turquoise), lapis-lazuli, Andean opal, rhodochrosite, serpentine, sodalite, and the spondyllus, Inca sacred shell.

Our designer Mercedes Lamborelle, investigates the symbols, signs and meanings of drawings, shapes and stones of pre-Hispanic cultures. Each piece has an investigation, a meaning and a connotation through semi-precious stones. We also work with various distinguished designers and goldsmiths. For this reason we can say that we produce jewelry with history.


Kolke in Quechua
In "Quechua", the dialect of the Incas, was named Kolke to silver. For this reason our jewelry brand has this name that also means "metal of the moon." Our logo and symbol is a geometric bird, iconography of the Chancay Culture which is used in textiles and jewelry. The bird traveler has been inspiring many artists in the past and present. This little exporter bird now has an special mission: select the new treasures of Peru.