Becky and Carlos' Profile

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Beckinka is a local Denver, Colorado business that started as an international love story. After years of traveling around the world, Becky found herself in the incredible country of Peru. There, she met the love of her life, Carlos (Inka). Without even speaking the same language, they knew they were destined to be together. Seven years and a beautiful child later, they are happily living in Denver, CO.
The business began with one simple idea, to bring the unique Peruvian culture here to the United States. Their worldly adventures have helped them develop their own style of jewelry, using techniques learned from artisans in Peru and South America.
Each piece of macramé jewelry is handmade and one-of-a-kind. They have an unmistakable international flavor that creates a fun and worldly look that compliments both formal and casual wear. The majority of cabochons (stones) used have been…

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  • Joined July 6, 2011

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Linhasita, waxed polyester string, turquoise, chrysocolla, labradorite, nephrite, onyx, angelite, agates, opals, petrified wood, lapis lazuli, jewelry

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Beckinka
Handmade Micro Macrame Jewelry/ Gemstones...

About

Beckinka is a local Denver, Colorado business that started as an international love story. After years of traveling around the world, Becky found herself in the incredible country of Peru. There, she met the love of her life, Carlos (Inka). Without even speaking the same language, they knew they were destined to be together. Seven years and a beautiful child later, they are happily living in Denver, CO.
The business began with one simple idea, to bring the unique Peruvian culture here to the United States. Their worldly adventures have helped them develop their own style of jewelry, using techniques learned from artisans in Peru and South America.
Each piece of macramé jewelry is handmade and one-of-a-kind. They have an unmistakable international flavor that creates a fun and worldly look that compliments both formal and casual wear. The majority of cabochons (stones) used have been hand-picked by Carlos’ mother in Peru and brought here to bring Peruvian flavor to your doorstep.
All jewelry begins with just a stone and waxed polyester cord. The designs are macramé (tight knotting) art that is inspired by the stone. The cord is water resistant, washable, and extremely durable. No glue is used (apart from one piece) to hold the necklaces or bracelets together. Each piece of jewelry is backed by a one year warranty.
Look for the unique attributes of each stone to learn more about their healing properties and history.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. We love talking about Peru, our artwork, and our vision!

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