Sambboho was founded to empower female artists from the city of Áraxa in Brazil. Thanks to your purchase, our artisans are able to safely work from home so they can take care of the household and be independent financially. In 2020, 44 talented women were able to make a living doing what they love with Sambboho. Our artisan's work has been getting international recognition! Our belts were featured in Vogue magazine and our dog collars are popular among some celebrities.
Our core value is to only produce the highest quality products you can find. This is achieved by sourcing best-in-class fabrics and outstanding handcrafting techniques. Each product is handmade and takes up to 18 hours of work. We also stand behind our art; your purchase comes with a 1-year warranty!
Sambboho is a label that fuses Brazilian ancient beaded techniques with nature's best raw elements to bring authenticity to our pieces. We have a special focus on working with women and our goal is to connect skilled artisans worldwide through fashion.
The vibrant colors of Sambboho’s beaded products, signature of our brand, are achieved thanks to the rare sun reflecting glass beads imported from Slovakia. The leather is always fully grained, un-dyed, and treated with organic beeswax. Our products are designed to last you a lifetime. This is "art to wear"!
Thank you for supporting our cause!
In accordance with The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990, none of the products on our website are marketed as made by Native Americans. Although some patterns may somehow resemble Native American art, all patterns are original and in no connection whatsoever with the Native American culture. All products on this website are clearly advertised as made in Brazil by female artists. We love and appreciate the Native American culture. Native Americans have been prejudiced and suffered great harms in the past few centuries. If you wish to buy Native American jewelry and support this community , we invite you to shop for products certified "made by Native American Tribes". Sambboho products are not made by Native Americans from North America (United States of America). Profits from Sambboho help support a women's community in Brazil.