Zōken was created in the late 90's when John Fredy Escobar, current designer and founding partner, began developing his innovative jewelry pieces, using materials such as wood, silver, and natural gemstones. His proposal was somewhat irreverent for the conservative jewelry tradition and was the origin of new horizons in the market. He joined Patricia Ochoa R., a business manager, Marcela Giraldo, an industrial engineer and Juan Felipe Ochoa R., an aeronautical engineer, to form a team that made arts and a crafts into a company. In 2010 and 2011 they developed two new lines: Threads and Wayuu, inspired by the Colombian indigenous artisans, cultures very rich in design, quality and innovation.
Made In: Colombia Designer From: Colombia
Zoken has a high ecological and social commitment, generating employment for artisans in different communities. In addition, they use woods, such as puy, mace and ebony, which have artisanal mining permits. The company has its own shop in the city of Bogota in the historic center of La Candelaria.
Flechada is proud to connect you with this wonderful line. Their jewelry combines abstract with geometric woven patterns, full of color and culture, perfect for the modern, elegant fashionista of today.
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