Thin slivers of tagua are dyed in deep shades of lush forest leaves. Also known as vegetable ivory tagua is produced by a palm-like tree in South America. The nuts fall to the ground when mature, thus harvesting does not damage the trees. Tagua nuts grain is close and very hard, resembling the finest ivory. Cultural tradition and forest preservation combine in the use of this renewable resource.
- Knitted cord, tagua
- 16L inches
- Handcrafted in Ecuador
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