At AlmaFive discover unusual pieces thoughtfully brought to life through the travels, stories and characteristics of traditional craft techniques from all over the globe. We specialise in unique, demi-fine jewelry synergizing the bond between a women and her inner light. With an eye out for detail in each and every piece, we invite you to share our highly personal journey reflected in the skilled craftspeople, quality creations and precious materials.
AlmaFive is a celebration of the roots and heritage through history and handmade art in the form of conceptual jewelry using brass as our medium. Global empowerment continues to strengthen the diversity of our future.
A collection inspired by the sensuality of women. The delicateness and pois of the flowers plays an essential part as women grow a second skin, uncovering and embracing the feminine and mysterious side that is present in every woman while highlighting even more inner beauty and originality within them.
The Baile de Tulipan Earrings from the A Flor de Piel capsule collection, celebrates happiness and represents the dance of spring in soft fresh movement.
Inspired by the Latin flora and fauna, the Baile de Tulipan which translates from Spanish to the Dance of the Tulips is a conciously crafted and delicate representation of feminity.Take a look
From the Galaxias capsule collection, the Energy Earrings celebrate the strength and vitality of women who choose to balance between their physical and mental state, for the future of better living and energy.
The AlmaFive piece, is conciously crafted with upcycled brass and gold-plated, perfect for any occassion that needs a little extra glam!Take a look
The Maya civilization was present in the area known as Mesoamerica, which is modern-day Mexico and Central America. The Mayan people are known to have developed one of the most sophisticated and highly developed writing systems in pre-Colombian America's -- as well as art, architecture, mathematics, calendar, and astronomical system.
In early Mayan studies, archeologists assumed that women were subordinate to men in Mayan society. Men were kings and rulers of the city-state, and men were rulers in their homes. New research shows that women were more central to Mayan society than previously believed. During this time, noble women became the ruling queens of their cities. Inspired by the Mayan culture, the La Reina Maya collection explores the power and glory of the ruling women in history.
The Discovery Necklace, from the La Reina Maya capsule collection explores the power and glory of ruling women in Mayan culture.
The AlmaFive piece, is upcycled brass and gold-plated to reflect the mystical geometry of the ancient Mayan people.
Handmade and conciously crafted, the Discovery Necklace can be adjusted to be worn short and long.Take a look