Outstanding Handmade Tagua Necklaces
Jewelry has been a form of creativity since the beginning of time. It is a way for people of all genders, races, and cultures to express themselves to the world. That’s why we take pride in creating handmade Tagua by Soraya Cedeño necklaces to share with individuals around the globe.
No matter where you are, always feel confident and beautiful with our handmade Tagua by Soraya Cedeño necklaces! We offer a wide variety of necklaces to give you plenty of options depending on the mood and look of your outfit. We have sophisticated pieces for a nice night out and more casual pieces for a beach trip or for a day out running errands.
How We Make Our One-of-a-Kind Statement Necklaces
When you walk into a room, you want to make a statement, and what better way to do so than with a stellar necklace. While we use tagua to construct our handmade necklaces, we have an abundance of materials to create the perfect looks, even for our jewelry under $20!
Take a look at a handful of other materials used to make our organic tagua jewelry stunning!
- Acai Berries
Our jewelry is dyed using high-grade organic vegetable dyes from Italy. Along with these dyes, all the materials listed above are sustainably sourced, helping nature rather than hurting it.
What Is a Tagua Necklace?
A tagua necklace is a rare find at your local jewelry store. This marvelous dried nut pulp material comes from the forests of Ecuador and is ecological and sustainable. When we first set out to create organic tagua bracelets and necklaces, we wanted to make sure to attain sustainability and ethical responsibility, and we have been succeeding ever since!
The tagua nut has a very close resemblance to ivory, which is often used in fast fashion, so tagua is a wonderful alternative while keeping nature in mind. We offer a long range of handmade necklaces that are easily adjustable and range from bohemian to classic looks depending on your style.
The Importance of Fair Trade Necklaces
We take immense joy in being a part of the fair trade jewelry industry. We are committed to improving the environment and helping those from undeveloped countries while creating beautiful statement necklaces. The fair trade movement ensures that producers of goods in less privileged countries get the pay they deserve. We are proud to say that the production of our jewelry takes place in the beautiful country of Ecuador. Here at Tagua by Soraya Cedeño, we have a special relationship with all of our artisans, and with direct equitable trade, they are able to live better lives and invest in their futures while working in a safe environment.
Here’s a list of reasons to purchase fair trade necklaces:
- Each piece sold supports a man, woman, or child in need
- Our artisans make a profit, unlike those working in fast fashion
- Artisans put their talents to use
- Child and slave labor is strictly prohibited
- Better quality jewelry while reducing your carbon footprint
Help make a difference with Tagua by Soraya Cedeño and the fair trade movement, one unique necklace at a time! Choose from classy, adjustable pendants to fun bohemian-style necklaces for the beach and more.
Ethical, artisan-made jewelry
Our sustainable jewelry is made with playful flair and purpose. With each purchase, you empower local artisans in Ecuador and promote conscious living.
One-of-a-kind, statement necklaces
All necklaces are carefully crafted by local artisans in Ecuador with sustainable materials like the Tagua nut, coconut, and acai berries.
Each piece is handmade with love and detail. For this reason, no two necklaces are exactly the same.
About Tagua: The Wonder Material
The Tagua nut (pronounced TAG-WAH) grows from a palm tree found in Ecuadorian rainforests. It has a similar appearance and feel as the ivory from animals (such as narwhals and elephants), which makes Tagua a vegan and cruelty-free ivory alternative.
Providing job opportunities to communities in Ecuador is the heart of our mission. To further empower the local artisans in Ecuador who craft our designs, we also collaborate with the Government of Ecuador to provide business management education and training programs.