Tagua Nut Accessories

tagua nut accessories

When we talk about tagua nuts, they are actually dried nuts from the tagua palm tree mostly found in Ecuador, Panama and Colombia. These nuts fall to the ground once they are ripe and it takes several months for these nuts to dry to a hard, ivory like state. Different accessories are created out of the tagua nuts and it is quite amazing how they are artistically made into beautiful necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

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Tagua makes great statement necklaces

Below are the main reasons that tagua nuts are considered precious and an excellent alternative to ivory:

Colorful and Unique

Tagua nuts are considered similar to the elephant ivory because of their cell structure. These nuts are hard and colorful which is why many artists or jewelry designers use them to create jewelry out of these malleable nuts. If you have seen several bracelets, earrings and necklaces made out of Tagua nuts, you will really love their unique and colorful designs.

Tagua Nuts Are Renewable Resources

Animal ivory has endangered a lot of animals and tagua nuts are considered alternatives of ivory. They are grown in the rainforests which means that they are renewable resources. Several groups are already promoting this rainforest crop to preserve the environment and at the same time making use of the natural resources that we have.

Tagua Nut Accessories are Eco-friendly

Since these nuts are organic, they are not contributing to pollution. The availability of these stylish accessories move forward green products endorsed in the market. The great diversity of tagua beads allows artists to add more creativity and artistry to their existing designs which is a good way of enticing customers to buy these eco-friendly products.

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Vibrant beauty – earrings from tagua nut

Low Price and High Quality

Some of us really want to spend less, especially when it comes to accessories. But of course we also do not want the quality to be sacrificed. This is actually one benefit we get from buying accessories made from Tagua nuts. We get to buy them at low prices but many have excellent quality.

Wearing stylish accessories is a good thing. But wearing stylish accessories made of tagua beads is a much better thing to do. In this way, we are able to lessen the probable problems to the environment. We seek to save the environment through our little deeds. There is really no need to sacrifice your love for accessories. You just have to know the best ones to use.

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