Handmade | Sustainable | Natural
These earrings are made from a single slice of tagua nut, dyed black for dramatic flair. Although chunky, you will find these earrings light and fun to wear. The black will look especially good against your skin when you have your hair up.
Tagua, also known as vegetable ivory, is sustainably harvested in the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador. It shares many properties with elephant ivory: its very strong, light and takes a beautiful polish.
These earrings are crafted by an indigenous artisan family in the Andes of Ecuador. We work with the family on a fair trade basis.
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