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Sierra Tagua Bead Necklace

This uniquely crafted ethical necklace manages to be equal parts playful and classic with its spherical mint and cream beads. Made of tagua nut and acai seed beads, both sustainable alternatives to plastic, the Sierra Tagua Bead Necklace is a springtime must-have. The dark brown cotton cord makes the remainder of the necklace that is not beaded connect with an ivory acai bead, allowing for adjustability.

HANDCRAFTED IN COLOMBIA

  • Materials: Tagua nut, acai seed, dark brown cotton cord.
  • 25"L
  • Coordinates with the Sierra Tagua Bead Bracelet and the Mint Gumball Tagua Earrings.
  • Handcrafted in Colombia

SKU: 6302050

THE MAKERS

NEST Colombia, formerly Sapia, was originally conceived in 1995 by Ana Piedrahita, an entrepreneur in Colombia‘s capital city of Bogota. Piedrahita had seen a box from Uruguay that was produced from dried orange peel and recognized the potential for producing a wide array of unique and intriguing items from this material. She decided to pursue a business specializing in the design and production of the products. The organization was formally registered in 2000. NEST Colombia has incorporated fair trade principles in its operation, as it seeks to develop the artisan-based handicraft sector in Colombia. While Colombia has recently achieved a relatively good macroeconomic climate, people in the lower income brackets continue to face serious challenges. They have used their sales growth as an opportunity t formerly Sapia, was originally conceived in 1995 by Ana Piedrahita, an entrepreneur in Colombia‘s capital city of Bogota. Piedrahita had seen a box from Uruguay that was produced from dried orange peel and recognized the potential for producing a wide array of unique and intriguing items from this material. She decided to pursue a business specializing in the design and production of the products. The organization was formally registered in 2000. NEST Colombia has incorporated fair trade principles in its operation, as it seeks to develop the artisan-based handicraft sector in Colombia. While Colombia has recently achieved a relatively good macroeconomic climate, people in the lower income brackets continue to face serious challenges. They have used their sales growth as an opportunity to reach out to other artisan groups in rural areas of the country.
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