This stunning necklace is handcrafted by talented artisans in a fair trade workshop in Ecuador. It is made of finely polished, rose colored tagua, accented by a piece of coconut shell, inlayed with silver and red coral. Perfect as a statement piece for spring and summer outfits!
Tagua is a nut that comes from the Amazonian rainforest and it is considered an ecological alternative to ivory. The work it takes to make it into jewelry is extraordinary - it is sun dried, polished, carved, sanded and dyed before the necklace is even put together. This is truly a work of art!
Measures approximately 12" long and the pendant is 2" around.
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