Coffee Bean Beaded Bracelet with Tagua

Coffee, it’s like my life blood.  I literally inhale it in the mornings, and it is my go to beverage of choice nearly 100% of the time.  So when I was offered the chance to review one of Artisans in the Andes’ Coffee Bean Beaded Bracelets with a center Tagua Nut in it, well of course I said yes!  (In case you don’t know, like I did not, a tagua nut is the seed of a tropical palm tree.)

This awesome bracelet would make a great choice for the coffee lover in your life. The coffee beans have been dried but keep a very faint coffee aroma. The beads are stitched together in a macramé style coming together at the front with a large grey tagua nut bead. The center of the tagua bead is hollow with a complementary seed to bring the piece to life.

This bracelet is knotted together with a sliding knot to fit any size of wrist. Although chunky, the bracelet is very light and comfortable. It’s unusual enough to add a new dimension to a casual outfit, without being overwhelming.

The bracelets are 30 cm long with the adjustable closure, and 4 cm wide at its widest point. Artisans in the Andes works with the indigenous artisan who created this bracelet, ensuring that they receive a fair price for their creative work.

What a special piece of jewelry this would be for a lady in your life for the holidays.  And it being handmade, eco friendly and fairtrade only adds to the value of the gift.

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