By The Sea Necklace, a design of Manola Maria. Tagua Beads Giveaway April 2013

  Hello there, WE are starting to receive designs for our tagua beads giveaway. This is a new participant from Greece for our April 2013 contest. Her name is Manola Maria. ... Continue Reading →

The tagua a palm that becomes a “jewel”

Known for its importance for biodiversity to be considered part of the lung of humanity, the rainforest can be a source of income for some of the thousands of Ecuadorians in search ... Continue Reading →

Fun Facts about the raw material of the tagua beads

Did you know? Tagua has been used for manufacturing buttons from the second half of the nineteenth century, ie 1850. For over 50 years was marketed in Europe and around the world exclusively ... Continue Reading →

Andrea a warrior of life, their way of living tagua.

Andrea a girl of 28 years with timid nature gives us the evening of his work to tell his life and art of creating handmade jewelry tagua. Sosote native of the province of Manabi ... Continue Reading →

Creative Friday: Learn to elaborate Ruby necklace and earrings using tagua beads

On Friday of each week we’ll show you how to create a necklace, earrings or bracelet using tagua. So stay tuned. Today we will learn to make this collar named “Ruby”: Ruby ... Continue Reading →

Ecuador, Ivory Exporting Country Plant.

This type of plant is found in various parts of Ecuador, Manabi and Esmeraldas provinces are the largest production of tagua also called mococha. In the year 1998 was the boom of ... Continue Reading →

Did you know beding jewelry with tagua relieves stress?

Currently, stress is one of the most common diseases in people. Regardless of age as adolescents suffer from this illness. Experts say that the  hectic and heavy pressure that ... Continue Reading →

Lucia a true vistuosa of Tagua jewelry making: Featuring her art and creations

Lucia is an Ecuadorian of 30 years. Luci started to create accessories with tagua because her parents inspired her. Their work showed her a different face of jewelry making. A labor ... Continue Reading →

Carnival Season which showed variety of crafts in Tagua

Manabi beaches rich in landscapes led to hundreds of tourists from various places tocombine with the right atmosphere for fun with family and friends. The characteristics of ... Continue Reading →

An elephant killed in the national park N’djida Bouba in Cameroon

Cameroon helplessly witnesses the loss of one of its major colonies of elephants. National Park N’djida Bouba in the north of the country, lived for a few weeks under the ... Continue Reading →