A great symbol of spirituality, the tree of life is beautifully etched into a lightweight adjustable bracelet. Vibrantly dyed tagua nut is sliced into delicate discs and hard carved by fair trade artisans in Colombia.
Also known as vegetable ivory, the tagua nut is sustainably harvested from the rainforests of South America. Once dried, it can be cut and shaped into various jewelry pieces and dyed a kaleidoscope of colors, creating a cruelty-free alternative to real ivory.
- Tagua & cord
- Charm measures 1.25" L (3.2 cm)
- Bracelet adjusts up to 3" diameter (7.6 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Colombia
Love love love it!! I wear it every day!!
I really like this---it is very unique!! I ordered 3 more for gifts
It actually makes the color more muted & not quite as fluorescent as I think the picture looks. I like the squares on the ends of the pull strings. I also got the green cut out tagua & they are enough different that I will find different things to wear them with. I like the feel of the tagua nut. It does remind me of ivory.
I love this bracelet! I bought one for myself and one for my sister. I chose purple, and the color is beautiful. Quality is great, and I like that it is sustainably sourced, handmade, and fairly traded. Highly recommend.
Gorgeous! I'm not a jewelry person; what little I do wear is simple & handmade.. These are both casual and dressy; the etching is lovely. It fits my style & gives me beauty to wear without being ostentatious.