This colorful tagua bracelet is festive and fun to wear! Handcrafted in a fair trade cooperative in Ecuador it consists of 3 elastic strands of multicolored tagua beads of varying sizes and shapes, joined together by a rectangular shaped bead.
The tagua nut comes from the Amazon rainforest and is considered an ecological alternative to ivory. Once dried, the nut is then carved, colored with non-toxic dyes and hand polished. Tagua is being used throughout the Amazon for jewelry to help prevent poaching of elephants for their ivory.
One size fits most (elastic).
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