Organic Tagua Jewelry
Small Tagua Hoop Earrings in Blue, Orange
All ABURY products are meticulously handcrafted by master craftsmen and women all over the world using premium materials. Since our materials, such as leather, cactus silk, raffia fibres, wool or tagua nuts, are naturally tanned, the original color and coating can be slightly different than what we present. This is what makes our products so unique and exclusive - each of them are made with all the diligence and love for detail just for you. To maintain their original quality, we recommend keeping all handmade goods away from sources of heat and caring for these items regularly.
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Handmade Tagua Earrings in Blue, Orange
by Organic Tagua Jewelry
These gorgeous small hoop earrings are skillfully carved from the Tagua nut and are really a great Joy. The lightweight earrings have a diametre of about 1,5 cm and come with nickel and lead free ear wires. Tagua is a nut from a type of palm that grows in the jungle of Ecuador. Often referred to as vegetable or organic ivory, it is a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to animal ivory. The nut is finished using a variety of sanding processes, polished to achieve a smooth surface and then dyed. Suitable for pierced ears.
✓ 100% handmade in Ecuador
✓ 100% fair trade
✓ Materials: tagua nut, ear wires are hypoallergenic, nickel free, and lead free
✓ Colours: orange, blue
✓ Size: one size
✓ Features: organic vegetable dyes
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