Untold Treasures

Untold Treasures founder Emily Senn had the pleasure of meeting local artisans whilst travelling through Colombia, Bolivia and Peru, and was inspired by their incredible handicrafts to start a business making South American artisan accessories, mostly handbags and jewellery, available around the world. All items are responsibly sourced by buying directly from the women and families that make them, and Untold Treasures hopes in time to support local foundations and projects to improve living standards and education.  

Where to find us

Tres Joli

Tres Joli sell colourful handmade, ethically sourced and environmentally sound products from Madagascar. They have become well known for their range of baskets (often seen being sold on continental markets) and in the summer months fantastic folding sunhats made from raffia. They also sell beads, spoons and bowls made of horn, as well as hammam towels and throws from Turkey, and Savon d’Aleppo olive and bay soap from Syria.

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Curlyy Topss

Curlyy Topss is a family affair, with sisters Nicola and Laura creating bags, tie-dyed shoe laces, socks, and baby grows, as well as dreamcatchers, prints, and soft toys. The crafty business began with Nicola, who has a background in retail and product design. One of her original designs was featured on Buzz Feed, and you can still buy the penguin bracelet: www.etsy.com/uk/shop/HandmadeByNicks Now the sisters produce and sell everything they love, which is why you will find tie dye, ribbons, pompoms, bright colours and lovely quotes.