Nature transformed, these tagua earrings will turn heads
Eco-friendly - without the sandals and saggy jumpers
That intriguing slight translucence, what are these made of? Tagua, as beautiful as the word itself. Rare, individual, unusual, beautiful AND eco-friendly; what better properties for some earrings? But it's only beautiful when transformed by colour, carving and polishing. That handmade skill's unmistakably on display, but subtly, in such richness of colour.
Felicity Gail Red Tagua Earrings
Polished tagua nut disc on sterling silver drop
Tagua (also known as vegetable ivory or corozo) is an eco-friendly sustainable material used for hundred's of years in South America
Handmade in the UK by designers Debbie Brenner and Jackie Durrans (collectively Felicity Gail)
Fusing art and design, the Tate Gallery has commissioned Felicity Gail to make jewellery for exhibitions