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La Tagüa


Tagua (pronounced TAG-WAH) is a seed or a nut from a palm-like
tree that grows in the tropical rainforests of Ecuador, Colombia,
and Panama. Also known as the “vegetable ivory” because of its
rich ivory color and shiny texture, Tagua discourages the harming
of elephants for Ivory. The Tagua seeds are harvested after the
seed has already dropped to the forest floor, allowing the plant to
continue to reproduce undisturbed and helping to preserve natura
rainforest land while also supporting a natural and economic way
of life for many people. Once the Tagua seeds are collected, they
are dried, sliced, polished and then dyed.

At each point is a quality check to look for cracks and
inconsistencies in polish and dye. La Tagueria uses a non-toxic dye
that does not fade or bleed. The whole process, from start to end,
takes about 3 days for each Tagua seed to complete.

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La Tagüa


Tagua (pronounced TAG-WAH) is a seed or a nut from a palm-like
tree that grows in the tropical rainforests of Ecuador, Colombia,
and Panama. Also known as the “vegetable ivory” because of its
rich ivory color and shiny texture, Tagua discourages the harming
of elephants for Ivory. The Tagua seeds are harvested after the
seed has already dropped to the forest floor, allowing the plant to
continue to reproduce undisturbed and helping to preserve natura
rainforest land while also supporting a natural and economic way
of life for many people. Once the Tagua seeds are collected, they
are dried, sliced, polished and then dyed.

At each point is a quality check to look for cracks and
inconsistencies in polish and dye. La Tagueria uses a non-toxic dye
that does not fade or bleed. The whole process, from start to end,
takes about 3 days for each Tagua seed to complete.

CLOSE

La Tagüa


Tagua (pronounced TAG-WAH) is a seed or a nut from a palm-like
tree that grows in the tropical rainforests of Ecuador, Colombia,
and Panama. Also known as the “vegetable ivory” because of its
rich ivory color and shiny texture, Tagua discourages the harming
of elephants for Ivory. The Tagua seeds are harvested after the
seed has already dropped to the forest floor, allowing the plant to
continue to reproduce undisturbed and helping to preserve natura
rainforest land while also supporting a natural and economic way
of life for many people. Once the Tagua seeds are collected, they
are dried, sliced, polished and then dyed.

At each point is a quality check to look for cracks and
inconsistencies in polish and dye. La Tagueria uses a non-toxic dye
that does not fade or bleed. The whole process, from start to end,
takes about 3 days for each Tagua seed to complete.

CLOSE

La Tagüa


Tagua (pronounced TAG-WAH) is a seed or a nut from a palm-like
tree that grows in the tropical rainforests of Ecuador, Colombia,
and Panama. Also known as the “vegetable ivory” because of its
rich ivory color and shiny texture, Tagua discourages the harming
of elephants for Ivory. The Tagua seeds are harvested after the
seed has already dropped to the forest floor, allowing the plant to
continue to reproduce undisturbed and helping to preserve natura
rainforest land while also supporting a natural and economic way
of life for many people. Once the Tagua seeds are collected, they
are dried, sliced, polished and then dyed.

At each point is a quality check to look for cracks and
inconsistencies in polish and dye. La Tagueria uses a non-toxic dye
that does not fade or bleed. The whole process, from start to end,
takes about 3 days for each Tagua seed to complete.

CLOSE

La Tagüa


Tagua (pronounced TAG-WAH) is a seed or a nut from a palm-like
tree that grows in the tropical rainforests of Ecuador, Colombia,
and Panama. Also known as the “vegetable ivory” because of its
rich ivory color and shiny texture, Tagua discourages the harming
of elephants for Ivory. The Tagua seeds are harvested after the
seed has already dropped to the forest floor, allowing the plant to
continue to reproduce undisturbed and helping to preserve natura
rainforest land while also supporting a natural and economic way
of life for many people. Once the Tagua seeds are collected, they
are dried, sliced, polished and then dyed.

At each point is a quality check to look for cracks and
inconsistencies in polish and dye. La Tagueria uses a non-toxic dye
that does not fade or bleed. The whole process, from start to end,
takes about 3 days for each Tagua seed to complete.