Kamyno's adjustable bracelets and cuffs are selected for their atypic and elegant design, caracteristic of argentinian handicraft.

They combine both well known savoir-faire from Argentina, alpaca and massive silver, with raw leather works. Kamyno bracelets and cuffs both wear urban and country styles, modern and traditional.

Cuffs and bracelets can be made of one raw leather piece, swen with raw leather strings, and encovered with an alpaca leaf.

Other models are made of alpaca and traditional fabric "guarda Pampa" symbols.

By the way, what is raw leather ?



















Raw leather work is by exellence the argentinian handicraft and gaucho savoir-faire.

Firstly, because of material, a raw leather, vegetaly taned, of beige color, almost white, the original leather color.


Because of the huge surface of Argentina "estancias" (farming properties) in the XIXth century, and their long distance from towns, traditional "gauchos" (argentinian cow boys) had almost no access to tanneries. For the good working of estancias, it was required a huge variety of saddleries, with autonomy and robustness as top priorities.


Progressively, at the occasion of the various local anual festivities, the richest farmers started to work on the leather esthetics, for horse and riders ornaments.


Top level argentinian craftmans that work today raw leather are considered true jewellers, uncontested masters of leather braids and saddlery.


To valorisate this art, you must understand the particularly high number of hours required to make each piece. You must firt obtain a very thin leather leaf, sometime of half milimeter, cut one by one each leather string, tint them with natural pigments, proceed to a very thin braiding work, and include when required various ornaments shapes, and all this only hand made.

Double the number of strings per braid, and you multiply by four the production time... and so on and so forth.


Our small accesories are made specialy for Kamyno, by craftsmen considered today as Argentina's bests.

They will confer to their owner this little refined touch than others have not...



By the way, what is alpaca ?


Argentan is a characteristic metal from Argentina. It is also currently called "german silver", "nickel silver", "alpaca" or "maillechort".

We typically find it on cutlery, table arts, jewellery, decoration accesories, saddlery, etc.


It progresively became the reference metal in Argentina, offering an interesting alternative to silver.

If both metals have common aspect, argentan is more afordable than silver. Firstly, because of its composition, mainly copper, zinc and nickel. But also because it is more malleable, so it can be cold processed. It enables to propose today major pieces, with close aspect to silver, but with more attractive tarifs.


According to dosage, it offers interesting yellow reflection, very appreciated from argentinian. 

Most argentinian families have at home at least two or three argentan pieces, dishes or trays, table centers, champagne buckets, coin trays, photo frames, cutlery or jewellery.


Most often, argentan objects are mixed with horn, making of each object an unusual piece, known to be coming from elsewhere, modern and chic, that can be used both on countryside houses and in city appartment.

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