The tagua palm can live for more than a century in the rainforests of South America, where it bears fruit whose seeds harden into a material that looks and feels like elephant ivory. Here, Ecuadorian artisans string vegetable-dyed, hand-carved tagua nut beads on a long faux leather cord. Handwoven discs of toquilla straw, the same material the classic Panama hat is made from, add textural detail.
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I really love this necklace. Thankyou. ♥️