Simple and striking earrings in a bold shade of orange. These beaded earrings are created from tagua nuts and look like orange colored ivory, glossy and smooth with the unique character of an organic material. The dark orange contains lighter and darker shades. The outer edge of the beads has been left black, the natural color of the outside of the tagua nut. This black part has its own natural character and both highlights and contains the orange. These earrings would be perfect for a fun evening out and would go well with an outfit in yellow or blue.
These dangling earrings are 2.25 inches (6 cm) long from the top of the ear wire to the bottom point of the tagua bead. The beads are 0.5 inches (1 cm) are their widest point. They have a long sleek look. The beads look substantial but they are very light on your ear.
These lovely earrings will attract positive compliments. When you discuss your new earrings, you can point out that the earrings are organic and created from tagua – a nut that is helping to save the Amazon rainforest. Tagua and acai nuts are harvested from palm trees in the heart of the rainforest in Ecuador. Making use of sustainable jewelry nuts helps to provide viable economic options to the indigenous peoples of the rainforest, preventing the use of the land for forestry and mining.
These earrings were purchased through the use of fair trade techniques, including paying a fair market price and paying for the earrings in advance. Your purchase helps to provide a local artisan with a sustainable livelihood and allows the artisan to pursue their craft.
How we mail your earrings: The earrings are carefully bubble wrapped and sent directly to you. We will package your order within two working days and it will only take 3 to 5 days for your earrings to reach you at a cost of $4.75 for shipping to US destinations. Free shipping for orders over $70. International and expedited shipping is also available.
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Many of our products support sustainable use of the Amazon Rainforest×