Tagua Necklace Flower Bouquet Handmade Fairtrade
When the tagua seeds are fully dried, the brown rind is shaved off and dyed, creating these naturally beautiful scales used to make up the flower’s petals. Two lentil-shaped tagua seeds are placed in each flower’s center and all the parts are hand sewn together at the back with a cotton cord. Two small tagua seeds finish it off at each end tip. A macrame makes it adjustable for added versatility (measures 32” long from tip to tip). All these natural beads are vegan, sustainable, and organic, 100% plant-based.
• Handmade and fair trade tagua necklace
• Lightweight tagua necklace
• Measures 32″ from tip to tip, adjustable
• Materials: tagua seed rinds, tagua seeds, cotton cord
• Naturally eco-friendly tagua nut jewelry
When ripe, tagua seeds are harvested and sun-dried. After losing all their moisture they become rock solid resembling ivory in color, texture, and hardness, hence their nickname: “Vegetable Ivory”. At this point, the hard seeds can be polished, dyed, cut, and shaped into beautiful beads that become Muichic natural jewelry.