Casa de Vera began in early 2013 in Venezuela under the direction of its founders, Verónica García and Verónica González, mother and daughter. Passionate about Venezuelan and Andean culture, they have created pieces that exalt the tradition and colors of this enchanting mountain range.
The art of weaving is profoundly significant part of the Andean culture. An important legacy, it is taught by the elder generation of Andean women to girls at an early stage in life. For these women, weaving becomes almost a ritual in which the mythical and historical events that shaped the origin and destiny of their communities is shared and passed along the weaving techniques.
Casa de Vera aims to highlight the work of Venezuelan artisans, who with great dedication and affection carry our traditions to the rest of the world. The craftsmanship of textiles, painting, dyeing and printing are the most common in the region.
Each piece is handmade, in cotton and moriche palm, handcrafted in Venezuela and finally assembled in Spain.