She is the main figure of Anako, a small family business specialised in handmade jewellery. In only two years they have developed a personal identity based on unique pieces, in which the value is not on precious materials, but in the design, in the convergence of ideas, forms, finishes and proportions. Anako wants to give women the opportunity to be different. Their jewellery identifies women as a person, not as an object or a carrier of objects.


‘Subsistencia’ is a ring with an organic chickpea that reminds us that the greatest treasure we have is an access to healthy and non-processed food. It is a reinterpretation of a traditional design in its formal aspects and with an artistic aim of social denunciation.