Tagua is a nut that grows in the rainforest. It falls to the ground and hardens so completely that it’s referred to as “vegetable ivory.” Carved and dyed into vibrant hues, it is a stunning and sustainable source for stunning jewelry.
These fun metal earrings are from the Faraja Widows in Nairobi, Kenya. They dangle just right and look great with just about any outfit.
Earrings designed & created by Laura, one of the Mujeres Jireh in Peru. Your purchase helps her support her family and helps fund women’s ministry throughout Peru.
Tagua is a nut that falls to the rainforest floor. It is carved and hardens so much it is called “vegetable ivory.” Sustainable. Beautiful.
You’ll get tons of compliments, and lots of interest, when you wear these striking earrings. Made from domestic animal bone by the Faraja Widows of Nairobi, Kenya.
Lava stones can be used as diffusers, traveling with you.
Created by the MiddleSea project in Greece and the Canary Islands.
Handcrafted by the women of Hands & Hearts in the Philippines.
Crocheted by the women of Hands & Hearts in the Philippines.
Freshwater pearls from Hands & Hearts in the beautiful island nation of the Philippines.
“Joy to the World” with a glittery snow-globe… or “Peace on Earth” in deep, beautiful colors.
Lava stone and semi-precious aquamarine pearl along with aquamarine crystals from Canary Islands, Spain.