Saturday, April 9, 2011

Introducing Our New Jewelry Line, Nuna Collections

Our new eco-friendly line of jewelry is made from Tagua seeds. Known as "vegetable ivory," tagua seeds come from tagua palm trees growing in Panama, Ecuador and Colombia.

The word Nuna means "soul" and "spirit" in Quechua, the indigenous language of the Andean region.

Each of our "Glossy rings" are different sizes, shapes and colors. We've selected an assortment of colors meant to coordinate with this year's spring and summer trends in jewelry and handbags. Glossy rings sell for just $18.99 each.

Nuna's matte rings also come in an assortment of sizes and colors. $14.99 each.

Fun and colorful, the Miila necklace is made from multiple small, thin tagua seeds. $73.50.

We carry the Nuna Cascade earrings, shown above in orange, in fuschia and turquoise. $25.50.

We carry these Nuna tagua disc earrings in orange, purple and in green. $18.99.

The Nuna bracelet comes in natural, purple or green. $27.50.

The thicker, chunkier "Sandy" bracelet comes in tomato red, fuschia or turquoise. $33.75.

We invite you to come down to the Gilded Lily to try these on in person!

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