Huitaca (pronounced ‘hwe-taca’) was the South American (Columbian) goddess of the moon, witchcraft, sexuality, and music. Huitaca was considered a party girl, often compared to the Roman God Bacchus. She brought rain to the fields and farmers worshiped her for her fertility to bless livestock and provide plentiful crops.
The Huitaca wrap celebrates the power of the feminine with hundreds of glittering Moonstones from Brazil paired with fine .999 silver beads handmade by the Karen Hill Tribe in Thailand.
Wraps may be worn several ways as a necklace, choker, bracelet or anklet. US made magnetic clasp for easy styling.