Black werregue fiber container with a labyrinth design in copper wire, handmade by the Wounaan indigenous community, located in the Colombian Pacific. The werregue containers represent the ancestral culture of the Wounaan and in each piece is captured the identity of the artisan who makes it, who can spend up to three months for its manufacture. The indigenous people weave the werregue fiber, which is a palm with a thorny trunk that can reach up to 200 meters high. Weaving this fiber is a work of art and through it, various types of products can be produced, with modern designs and figures representative of the Wounaan ethnic group. To have a werregue container, is to have a decorative piece of dream and exclusivity, which give a touch of perfection in the place where they are placed.