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Irthly Refines Fair Trade Tagua Nut for Diamond Jewelry

Irthly Refines Fair Trade Tagua Nut for Diamond Jewelry

Aug 1, 2013 12:01 PM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Irthly Jewelled Adornments refines the  Tagua nut as a featured eco-element of its new diamond jewelry collection, Classics. The Tagua nut is also endearingly known as “vegetable ivory” and displays  natural and individually unique colors and ingrains. Tagua is a seed of a palm tree from the rainforest of Equador. A fair trade compliant organization harvests the nut, benefiting the local people and econfair trade jewelryomy.
 
Irthly contends that the unique properties of this seed are its strength, color and visible grains that complement the beauty of diamonds and precious stones. It is an extremely hard seed that can withstand significant wear and tear. The chemistry of an individual only makes the seed remarkably stronger and silkier feeling. The synthesis of simple shapes, elegant metal and diamond accents, and the uniqueness of vegetable ivory truly makes this series -- Classics.
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