Asymmetriske øredobber i halvmåneform laget av taguanøtt, også kalt naturens elfenben.
Ørestikk av kirurgisk stål.
Diameter ca 1 cm.
Design: Angélica Leon
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SIZE: Our Sofia Tagua Earrings have a diameter of aprox. 1cm. Made with asymmetricly cut, half spheres tagua nuts. All fastenings made of surgical steel.
The tagua nut is the signature material of our ethical jewellery. Also known as vegetable ivory, the tagua seeds are the product of the tagua palm, which grows in the northwest areas of South America. When the tagua nuts dry they become very hard and their colour and consistency resembles that of ivory.
The use of the tagua nut is an alternative to Ivory which encourages the growth and maintenance of the tagua palms. It provides an alternative to cutting down rainforests for farming and promotes the reforestation and preservation of the rain forests, stimulating the local economies and microenterprises in South America. Our tagua accessories are produced under a rigorous sustainable process, where the artisans thrive in a healthy environment and are paid fair wages.
We use only natural and edible dyes for colouring our tagua nuts and fix the colours on the nuts with a mix of lemons and salt. You just have to love nature!
Tagua jewels are accessories that are conscious,naturally beautiful, light-weight, sustainable and great to wear!
-All fastenings are surgical stainless steel.