Begoña Rentero

Begoña lives and works in Spain, where each of her ethereal creations is made of paper, silks, and other natural fibers. Each piece is handmade and hand-dyed to create her own palette of vibrant colors that distinguish her work. Begoña has perfected her method to harden her jewelry so it is not delicate. She is inspired by natural phenomena, art masterpieces, and literary references.

Begoña lives in Barcelona.

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Begoña Rentero Necklace, Venice in the Renaissance, Pink



This necklace was inspired by the rebirth classicism that took place in Italy, which led to the awakening of profane beauty, under a light of golden hues. Adjustable necklace, ties...

Begoña Rentero Earrings, Babilonia (More Colors)


Pod flowers clustered on strands with cirlicues on wire hook earrings. 5" long See all Begoña Rentero

Begona Rentero Choker, Siffanto, Yellow


The necklace design was inspired by a hot wind "Siffanto" blowing in the Italian peninsula.  The varying sized pendulum shapes are naturally dyed in yellow. The necklace is made from special...

Begona Rentero Necklace, Sumi-E, Black/Orange


Beautifully elegant handmade necklace featuring an array of long flowing black and orange feathers, suspended from small bonnet shaped black flowers with a decorative black paper bead closure. The lovely necklace design was inspired by...

Begona Rentero Earrings, Sumi-E, Orange/Black


Beautifully elegant handmade paper earrings featuring three small black discs with six flowing feathers in orange and black.  The pierced earring design was inspired by the monochrome drawing technique in black ink...

Begona Rentero Necklace, Sumi-E Sand, Royal Blue/White


Playful, naturally dyed eight-strand royal blue and white handmade paper necklace features an array of round shapes knotted and clustered together with a decorative blue bead closure.  The lovely necklace...

Begona Rentero Necklace, Navajo, Ultra Violet/White


This two strand handmade paper necklace features twenty four naturally dyed ultra violet circles with white designs.  It was inspired by the complex ceremonial paintings made with sand by the Navajo people,...

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