Ivory Tagua Nut Turquoise and Gold Multistrand Elephant Charm Bracelet for Woman Girlfriend Wife Mother, One Size Fits Most

Ivory Tagua Nut Turquoise and Gold Multistrand Elephant Charm Bracelet for Woman Girlfriend Wife Mother, One Size Fits Most

$40.00

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Item details

Handmade

Item details

Material

Glass, Gold, Wood & nut

This chunky 6-strand boho bracelet has an ethnic, tribal feel to it, complete with two darling elephant charms – one patina/gold metal and a smaller one gold with a tiny rhinestone eye. The coils of this memory wire bracelet are covered with ivory colored tagua nut beads, turquoise wood tube beads, antiqued gold metal arrow beads, patina latern beads, rhinestone studded gold plated spacer beads, and teal and matte gold glass seed beads. You’ll love the sparkle and rich colors in this one-of-a-kind piece of handcrafted jewelry.

Tagua nut is a rainforest nut known as vegetable ivory for its likeness to animal ivory. The Tagua nut grows from the Ecuadorian Ivory Palm, Phytelephas aequatorialis, or literally, “plant elephant.” Once polished and dyed, Tagua nut beads are shaped and cut into a variety of styles and colors. Tagua nut is said to represent harmony, love of family and friends, preservation, tranquility, fertility, and protection against negativity, as well as attracting abundance, and increasing inner strength.

The color turquoise, which combines green and blue, is said to be soothing, purifying, and calming.

(The above statements are for entertainment purposes only and should not replace seeking traditional medical treatment and therapy.)
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This chunky 6-strand boho bracelet has an ethnic, tribal feel to it, complete with two darling elephant charms – one patina/gold metal and a smaller one gold with a tiny rhinestone eye. The coils of this memory wire bracelet are covered with ivory colored tagua nut beads, turquoise wood tube beads, antiqued gold metal arrow beads, patina latern beads, rhinestone studded gold plated spacer beads, and teal and matte gold glass seed beads. You’ll love the sparkle and rich colors in this one-of-a-kind piece of handcrafted jewelry.

Tagua nut is a rainforest nut known as vegetable ivory for its likeness to animal ivory. The Tagua nut grows from the Ecuadorian Ivory Palm, Phytelephas aequatorialis, or literally, “plant elephant.” Once polished and dyed, Tagua nut beads are shaped and cut into a variety of styles and colors. Tagua nut is said to represent harmony, love of family and friends, preservation, tranquility, fertility, and protection against negativity, as well as attracting abundance, and increasing inner strength.

The color turquoise, which combines green and blue, is said to be soothing, purifying, and calming.

(The above statements are for entertainment purposes only and should not replace seeking traditional medical treatment and therapy.)
For more bracelets, click here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/JewelryByScotti?ref=shopsection_leftnav_3&search_query=bracelet

For my main shop page, click here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JewelryByScotti

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Self Representing Artist in Jewelry Design #3895

An SRAJD artist sells jewelry that they designed and created. When you purchase from a member, you are buying directly from and supporting the artist!

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Scotti Cohn

Scotti Cohn

Pendleton, South Carolina

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