Looking to Profit with Natural Crafts? Tagua Jewelry? Andean handicrafts? Indigenous Art?
Discover Ecuador Arts & Crafts
If you are looking for a wholesale source of unique
handicrafts, fair trade products, handcrafted jewelry like tagua or other Andean arts and crafts of high quality
for resale in your gift shop, boutique or to resell at a craft fair or exhibition, you are at the right website.
Check out our catalog for hundreds of tagua jewelry and other natural crafts made in
We offer a great selection of unique gifts for your retail success.
Arts and crafts that are:
- Eco and Amimal Friendly
- Offering you a wide variety of customization options
- That offer you a good markup potential
- That you can source direct from the craft creators
- while ensuring that these craftspeople receive a fair wage for their work
We are located in the Center of Ecuador Indigenous Culture
We are located in Otavalo, a center of Andean arts and craftsmanship, and site of South America's leading craft
market. Our crafts are designed and created by Ecuador artisans who receive a fair wage for their work. Our
products are ecology and animal friendly. We invest in community development and work to raise the standard of
living of both local and remote jungle artisans.
You can deal with us in confidence.
We were recently recognized by Ecuador government agencies as a top exporter of Ecuador Artesanias:
Our Company Display at the Exporta Facil
Event - Elena and David
Elena and Henry with Award for Top
Our company, Artesanias Garman, recently received the first place award for highest total value of
handicraft export shipments at the Third Anniversary of the Exporta Fácil
Exporta Fácil is a special program of the Ecuadorian Post Office, Correos
del Ecuador. The program was born on October 11, 2011. Its objectives are to facilitate
exports, and help grow small and medium size businesses in the arts and crafts
The anniversary event was held on Thursday, November 20th, 2014
at 10 am at the Salón Los Escudos del Instituto Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural INPC,
located in the city of Quito.
The event was co-sponsored by Ministerios
de Industias y Productividad.