Purple Paw Swirl Etched Tagua Necklace
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Also known as vegetable ivory, the tagua nut is sustainably harvested from the rainforests of South America. Once dried, it can be cut and shaped into various jewelry pieces and dyed a kaleidoscope of colors, creating a cruelty-free alternative to real ivory.
- Adjustable cord
- Designed exclusively for The Animal Rescue Site
- Pendant: 1.5" H (3.8 cm)
Faux suede cord: 15-23" L (38.1-58.4 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Colombia
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February 27, 2015 - The design doesn't show up as well as in the picture. You can barely see it.
Customer Service response:March 13, 2015 - We're sorry to hear that this product did not meet your expectations. Please contact our customer service department for a refund or exchange.
December 7, 2014 - i've been wanting this necklace for a really long time, and finally caved in & bought it. the design shows up really well and i love knowing that it is made from a sustainable product. it has a matching square-ish stone that hooks into a large loophole at the other end of the necklace, and my only negative comment is that since the necklace is so light, and the cord is so hokey, i don't trust that large hoop to hold the necklace in place and not come loose. i will probably put it on a nicer chain so i know it isn't going to fall off and i won't notice. otherwise, i'm glad i got it. maybe i can incorporate the matching stone in some way...
July 21, 2014 - I bought the necklace and the bracelet last year. My cousin liked them so I gave them to her. I had to have them again. I love them. I wear both of them all of the time.
February 2, 2014 - Ordered for my granddaughter and she loves it. The one I received is very narrow and barely shows the paw print on the sides. Etching is not as prominent as shown. Love the purple! Would look much classier on a chain rather than black ropey material.
January 15, 2014 - I picked this out for my sister-in-law, a real dog-lover. I loved that it is a sustainable and fair-trade gift. The design is lovely -- and subtle. It's not obvious that it's a pawprint design until you look a little closer. A unique gift.
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