Mary Arrieta Designer

In nature and animals love is reflected through the soul that contemplates them.

Mary Arrieta is a Mexican jewelry and object designer.

Her inspiration is born from the sumptuousness of nature revealed in the presence of colors and textures, which is intertwined with the display of majestic animals, revealing all it’s splendor to her.

For more than 30 years she has been interacting and living with a wide variety of animals, discovering and understanding how they relate to nature, allowing her to create, superimposing her manual abilities to her ideas and thoughts; that is how she discovers and refines her art.

She often combines real animal materials like feathers, horns, antlers, porcupine spikes and shells.

Originality, excellent quality and exclusivity is her mantra; her pieces are more than an ornamental object, they are an extension of the persons who wear them in which they express their individuality and tell a story.

Mary Arrieta Designer

In nature and animals love is reflected through the soul that contemplates them.

Mary Arrieta is a Mexican jewelry and object designer.

Her inspiration is born from the sumptuousness of nature revealed in the presence of colors and textures, which is intertwined with the display of majestic animals, revealing all it’s splendor to her.

For more than 30 years she has been interacting and living with a wide variety of animals, discovering and understanding how they relate to nature, allowing her to create, superimposing her manual abilities to her ideas and thoughts; that is how she discovers and refines her art.

She often combines real animal materials like feathers, horns, antlers, porcupine spikes and shells.

Originality, excellent quality and exclusivity is her mantra; her pieces are more than an ornamental object, they are an extension of the persons who wear them in which they express their individuality and tell a story.

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Yolkatzin Collection

Mary Arrieta first jewelry collection is named Yolkatzin, which means “Insect” in Nahuatl (Mexican dialect),  in honor of insects, scarabs and beetles which are known to be a sign of rebirth, good luck and secret protectors. She is fascinated by their shapes and colors.

The materials she uses are Mexican sterling silver, gold-plated silver, semiprecious and precious stones. Handcrafted and made with happy hands.

Yolkatzin Collection

Mary Arrieta first jewelry collection is named Yolkatzin, which means “Insect” in Nahuatl (Mexican language),  in honor of insects, scarabs and beetles which are known to be a sign of rebirth, good luck and secret protectors. She is fascinated by their shapes and colors.

The materials she uses are Mexican sterling silver, gold-plated silver, semiprecious and precious stones. Handcrafted and made with happy hands.