Earth tones laced with silver - this necklace sums up the elements and saves the planet
The 'eco thing' done in style!
Tagua, exotic, mysterious, what is it? In fact it's a nut, often called the 'vegetable ivory', wonderfully eco-friendly. More than that, South American tribal women wear tagua for its magnetic romantic energy. What better properties can a necklace have?? Still, the magnetism, the eco thing, doesn't clinch it if it's not beautiful, but just look at the handmade alchemy Felicity Gail have summoned...
Felicity Gail Handmade Blue Tagua Necklace
Curvy 460mm long necklace comprising polished tagua spaced with sterling silver curves
Changes shape depending upon how curves are arranged
Tagua is also known as vegetable ivory and is an eco-friendly sustainable material
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