American Craft

BRINGING IT WITH HER

HEN LORENA ANGULO WAS a child in Mexico, her father worked in construction for the government, so “we moved everywhere.” One journey took her to the southern state of Chiapas, home to many indigenous peoples, where she noticed the jewelry some of them wore, passed down from parent to child. “It was so vintage and so antique and so Mexican,” Angulo says. “And gold that is – you can’t see that gold anymore, nowadays. That

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