Andean Love Necklace
These necklaces are not only beautiful but are also made from sustainable materials. Thinly-sliced tagua nuts are collected from the rainforest floor, carved, dyed, and etched by women in Colombia to create exquisite works of wearable art.
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Remember that we donate 10% of the sale price of every product to Global Fund for Women, funding women's rights groups in more than 170 countries.
- Bronze, Gold, or Slate
- Tagua nut, acai seed, leather, and natural dyes
- Approx. 1" - 1.5" L (2.5 - 3.8 cm)
- Pendant: Approximately 1.5" H (3.8 cm)
Leather cord: Adjusts from 19-35" L (48-89 cm)
- Handmade in, and fairly traded from, Colombia
- Made by Sapia, supporting women to become skilled artisans, earning fair wages and improving their own and their family's lives.
- Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery
Learn More about The Sapia Organization -
Since 2000 Sapia has been working with low-income women artisans using recycled and natural materials to develop beautiful products that have made dramatic changes in the artisans' livelihoods. Sapia works with 6-8 different workshops outside of its orange peel workshop; approximately 100 artisans now depend in Sapia for their Income.
Employing primarily women, Sapia provides them with a stable income and job training to help them become skilled artisans. The goal is to combine different natural or recycled and environmentally sustainable materials with unique designs and high quality standards. Sapia has created many benefits for all their producers like health insurance, pension funds, food coupons for every child, Sapia supports employees who decide to go to university, as well as offers apprenticeships, fair wages, bonuses, commuting allowances and much more.