Golden stars, small sea animals, sets of shimmering bangles – Mamaplata jewelry is truly inspired by the Mediterranean. And so is the store, painted in a deep ocean blue. Mamaplata is the nickname of Sandra Tarragó who just opened her atelier next to Santa Eulalia a few weeks ago. Two steps lead into the broad space where you can watch her making fine lucky charms.
Looking for simplicity and the essence of things Sandra developed an unmistakable style of handcrafted jewelry. She mainly uses silver, gold plated wire and brass. None of the pieces are identical and it’s a kind of imperfection that accounts for Mamaplata‘s unmistakable style. Like the double link earrings or the bracelets which are never exactly round. And if you want to know more about a certain piece, Sandra is happy to tell you.
After studying art and design at the Escola Massana in Barcelona Sandra developed her own line of jewelry. Until just recently Mamaplata was sold on markets and in boutiques on Formentera and later throughout all of Spain. The atelier in Palma is Sandra‘s first own store. A beautiful space in the heart of the city where traditionally the gold- and silversmiths were located. In the neighborhood of jewelry stores, such as Alemana and Calame, Sandra presents her complete collection while working on new designs.
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