©,2011 Inka Arts,LLC
|LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL UNIQUE HANDCRAFTED GIFTS AND NOVELTIES
|INKA ARTS, LLC SHELTON, CT 06484 Cell (860)480-2300
Inka Arts LLC, was originally founded in 2009 to introduce Peruvian
products and culture to the Hartford, Connecticut market and surrounding
communities. The products were well received and gained recognition as
visually appealing and well crafted. Many new items have been added over
time, reflecting an artistic style that has been handed down over many
In 2010, During our participation in several local craft shows, we met
and formed alliances with wonderful Connecticut crafters/artists and
representatives of non-profit organizations from Haiti, Uganda and
Their mission is to market and sell indigenous products and raise money to
help children and women in underdeveloped villages. Through their dedication
and hard work, they supply clean water, medicine and school supplies to those
We also work with representatives from Ghana, Mexico, who, like Inka Arts
LLC, from Peru, help artisans to generate income by bringing their products
to the U.S market.
Inka Arts, is proud of share, showcase and sell local and international
handcrafts because, they are handmade from, recycled, re -purposed,
reclaimed, and up-cycled materials.(please go to materials description)
INKA ARTS, LLC is happy to give back to the country of Peru offering 10%
of their annual profits to the needy children and teenagers suffering and
recovering from cancer.
psychologically to cope with cancer.
have to face many physical and emotional changes. They are faced with the
anxiety of their parents, and the isolation from school and friends.
quality of care. These infirmed children are among the most disadvantaged of
For more details please visit: www.esperantra.org if you decide to make a
quick, direct contribution contact Fabiola Orellana at 011-511-221-5518/ 011-
511-221-4307 at Av. Petit Thouars N° 4534 Int. 5 - Miraflores Lima-Peru or
Buying our products will help a little bit to improve the lives of
local and international artisans as well as artisan's families in Peru, a
land that remains poor and largely undeveloped.
|GIVING BACK TO THE PERUVIAN COUNTRY