Our Products: More About Tagua
Tagua is not only made into colourful jewelry pieces, it is also used to create key chains, handheld massager, napkin holders, figurines and other ornaments. In the past, tagua was used in cases where ivory was undesired or unattainable, such as chess pieces, dice and other common items.
How to Care for Your Tagua Jewelry
Over time, tagua jewelry can lose some of its shine due to natural body oils, sweat, creams and other substances. Because tagua jewelry is natural, cleaning should not be done using any chemicals or soaps. Simply use a clean, dry and soft cloth such as cotton. You can buff the pieces to achieve its original colour and shine.