Please note, this item is discontinued. When it sells out, it will no longer be available.
Handmade in Colombia from Tagua nuts, found in South American rain forests, this glossy, candy-colored necklace will add punch to any outfit. Tagua nuts are popular for use in accessories because they resemble ivory in texture, but do not harm animals. Features 29 multi-colored discs.
All the artisans are certified in Colombia by the Administrative Department of the Environment and comply with all environmental conservation policies.
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- Item ID: 19146
- Materials: tagua nut
- 18" L.
- Please note, the first ivory bead on the strand is designed to show the brown skin of the tagua nut. This brown skin is just on the back of the 1st bead.
- Please note, this item is discontinued. When it sells out, it will no longer be available.
Tagua, also known as vegetable ivory, is a seed that comes from the Phytelephas Macrocarpa palm tree, an endangered palm tree that only grows in the tropical rainforests of the South American Pacific coasts. Etymologically, the term Phytelephas Macrocarpa is derived from the Greek phyton: plant, and elephas: elephant, making reference to the ivory. See all creations.
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