High fashion design and color
Chunky and bold, this bracelet is a warm natural orange with small black streaks that add an organic vibe. The vibrant color of this bracelet will make you feel passionate and stimulated, ready for the next challenge. The unusual soft triangular shapes of the beads fit together in a winding pattern around your wrist, symbolizing union and balance.
The bracelet is made with carved and dyed tagua nuts, sometimes called vegetable ivory. Tagua is harvested from palm trees in the Amazon Rainforest, providing a valuable and sustainable source of income to the indigenous harvesters. Tagua is dried in the sun for several months where is becomes very strong, with a character similar to elephant ivory. The bracelet is 7 inches (18 cm) around and is made with strong jewelry elastic so that it will fit any size of wrist. The triangles are 1.5 inches (3 cm) across. The points of the triangles have been filed round to provide a very comfortable fit.
We will bubble wrap your new bracelet and send it to you within two business days. We standardly ship through USPS to US addresses at a cost of $4.75, these packages take 3 to 5 business days to arrive. International and expedited shipping is also available on checkout. You qualify for free shipping when you spend $70!
Why buy fair trade? The Artisans that we work with at ArtisansintheAndes.com have a limited amount of marketing skills and face many barriers to accessing international trade. They are skilled in making beautiful and unique accessories and we find them to be very committed to quality. We are committed to help them find a market and promote their products. The fair trade goods we stock at ArtisansintheAndes.com are made by artisans from Ecuador, a developing country. Fair trade helps create better lives and the opportunity for the artisans to develop sustainability within their communities.
Customer Comment: "I love the idea that its organic, and uses little metal. I think this is better for the environment and feels better on me as a person." Chris M, USA
All products are made in Ecuador and held in the US for fast shipping×
Many of our products support sustainable use of the Amazon Rainforest×