Made in the Andes

Parallelogram-Shaped Red Tagua Necklace


Looking for a statement necklace that's not just fashionable, but ethical too? Look no further than this bold and chunky Tagua nut necklace. Made entirely from natural plant-based materials, this parallelogram-shaped necklace is a true masterpiece of indigenous craftsmanship. The Tagua nuts, treasured for their feminine energy, are carefully hand-carved, polished, and strung together to create a necklace that's both eco-friendly and breathtakingly beautiful.

Whether you're dressing up for a special occasion or simply adding some flair to your everyday look, this red Tagua nut necklace is the perfect accessory. It's versatile enough to wear with any outfit, and the ethical production process means you can feel good about your purchase. Each necklace is individually handcrafted by Ecuadorian artisans, who are working hard to create a better life for their families and community.

Make a statement that's both fashionable and ethical with this stunning red Tagua nut necklace.

  • Made with Tagua Nut
  • The nuts used are meticulously collected, dried, carved, and prepared by hand to create the most stunning creations
  • Each piece is one-of-a-kind due to the unique, natural blemishes found in each nuts
  • The nuts in this necklace are carved by Indigenous Tribes in South America
  • Its eco-friendly design supports both the environment and the indigenous artisans who crafted it.
  • This necklace is lightweight and versatile.



Tagua nuts are an environmentally conscious choice for many reasons. They are a sustainable resource, as harvesting them doesn't harm the tree or the environment. Furthermore, they are biodegradable, meaning they can break down naturally without causing pollution. This makes tagua nuts an ideal option for those who want to minimize their impact on the environment.


FREE SHIPPING! Your statement necklace will be shipped via USPS First-class. We prepare your package as soon as we receive your order and it is shipped the next business day.