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Our Services

Among various activities, Raymisa SA has specialized in developing products for our different collections. This way, clients have the chance to influence the design of our products while the quality remains at the highest level. In the case of our textile collection, clients may provide photos, a piece of cloth or an instruction book to create a specific design. Secondly, clients may choose the type of fabric, technique and different colors. Afterwards, the product will be developed. In the case of our ceramic, furniture and other collections, clients...

Video: About Raymisa

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE_UYBgO1QA&t=3s Watch our institutional video to get to know our company history and vision about Peruvian artcrafts. Learn more about our products and the artisans that are behind this beautiful handmade work. ...

Leonidas Orellana

Leonidas Orellana comes from a family of craftsmen. He has a distinctive technique and his pieces are always of high quality. Six of his seven brothers are also involved in the cultivation of Peruvian folk art. As a child, Leonidas used to visit the archaeological remains of the indigenous people of Huari. He found remains of broken pottery and he enjoyed imagining what the pottery would have looked like when they were still used. At the age of thirteen, he spent a lot of time with two craft...

Elias Mozombite Quispe

Elias Mozombite Quispe weaves sweaters and accessories of alpaca fiber and organic cotton using a manual machine. He was born in the city of Satipo, located in the department of Junin. He moved to the city of Huancayo to go to high school. During the last years of his secondary education he learned to weave and knit. In 1990, he came to Lima to visit family. He decided to stay in Lima to work at large folk art studios. Elias is married and has four children. Three...

Roger Martínez Achalma

Roger Martínez Achalma is an expert at making altarpieces and painting wooden furniture. He was born in Huamanga, Ayacucho. His father had his own studio where he made altarpieces in the traditional style of Ayachucho. In his father’s studio, Roger learned to make molded figures for altarpieces and to paint traditional designs on the wooden boxes of the altarpieces. When he was seventeen years old, he started working full-time at his father’s studio. Once year later, he moved to Lima to start producing his own altarpieces of...

Feriberto Aylas

Feriberto Aylas is an autodidact master of pottery whose work reflects his life experiences in Peru. With his pieces of art he wants to introduce the public to Peruvian nature, the customs of indigenous peasants and the reality of Andean life. When Feriberto was little, he began working with ceramics. He remembers how making his own toys of clay as boy, while letting his family’s animals graze in the countryside. Later he started making glass windows. At the age of eight, Feriberto visited the house of Artemio Orellana,...