Beautiful beige tagua nut with two flattened sides. The rim around the tagua nut still consists of the original shell. The cord hole channel runs the full length of the nut and is approximately 2.5mm in diameter. The length of the nut is about 42mm, the width is about 30mm and the thickness is about 25mm. The size and shape of the nuts may vary.
This great tagua nut can be worn casually on a leather strap or chic on jewelry wire. In both cases, however, it is a very eye-catching and unusual piece of jewelry that not only catches the eye because of its size, but also because of its colour, shape and shine.
The tagua or stone nut is a natural product that, after drying, is cut into slices, lentils, beads, rings, etc. before it is then colored. The individual parts may have cracks, grains, brown remains of shells, etc. These are not errors. These characteristics are wanted and make up the very special design of the Tagua products. Every single piece is cut, drilled and colored by hand. No part is like the other.
Tagua products, such as pearls, are relatively heavy and cool to the touch (this is the stone character). Because of its beautiful white fruit, the tagua is also known as plant ivory. With their cool, smooth feel and their beautiful shapes, the Tagua products can be processed into extraordinary and luxurious jewellery.
Dimensions: approx. 42mm x 30mm x 25mm
Weight: approx. 22 grams (per piece)
Quantity: 1 piece
Shape: flat nut (two flattened sides)
Number of cord holes: 1
Hole size: about 2.5mm
Cord hole channel goes through the entire length of the nut
Tagua (corozo nut)