- A Secoya hammock is the result of a long process and many hours of intensive hand labour. Firstly the plant chambira is collected, cooked and dried. Before sunrise the chambira is rolled to threads. The weaving of the hammock is mainly achieved by the men with an original and complicated technique. In the end a motif is added with natural colours (po'sa) (100 eur).
- A Secoya purse is made from the same material (chambira) and is also decorated with natural colours, but mainly made by the women (10 eur).
- A Secoya jewel is made from natural seeds, fruits and sometimes also feathers (5 to 8 eur).
- The Putumayo Birthday Calendar contains twelve unique black-and-white pictures of the people and nature in the border region Peru - Colombia (8 eur).
- The Putumayo Postcards are a collection of four pictures: Marianella (daughter of a collaborator of Putumayo Per); two Kichwa girls; Francisco, a Secoya elder; a view on the Putumayo River (4 for 2 eur).