Christopher Columbus encountered pineapples in 1493 on the leeward island of Guadeloupe, he called them “pina de Indies” meaning “pine of the Indians.” Pollinated primarily by hummingbirds, a single pineapple is the result of over a hundred individual fused flowers.
Size : 6.5 cm x 2.5″ l, 3.5 cm x 1.4″ w
Material : Cotton, Felt, Metal, Sequins & Beads; Hand embroidered
Produced in Small Batches by Fair Trade Artisans.
Slight variation in embroidery, size, shape and color is part of the handmade craft and may be apparent between pieces; this is not considered a defect but is celebrated as a mark of made by hand.