Lariat Necklace made with Quina and Carrapicho– Simply Nature Bio Goods

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Lariat Necklace made with Quina and Carrapicho

Simply Nature's signature 'Tie' style elegant neck, chest & back piece. Quina leaf and Carrapicho fruit dipped in 18k gold. Elegant combination of two unique natural shapes that make you feel delicate and powerful at the same time. Beautifully handcrafted.




-Lariat style necklace
-Brass Chain covered in 23 microns of 18K gold.
-Charms: Leaf L: 2 inches (approx)  W: 3/4 inches (approx); Carrapicho: L 3/4 inches (approx) W: 1/2 inch (approx)


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Carrapicho is found mostly along the coastal areas of South America.It is a smaller size plant which was considered a "weed" until not too long ago. The plant displays beautiful purple flowers and small thorny fruits that easily stick to the clothing or hair of unaware by passers. In 2009 was recognized to have therapeutic qualities; it is also used as a tea drink. 

"Daring shapes created by nature empowering your everyday life"

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The process of creating biojewels starts at the collection of the organic materials, acquired in the Brazilian Amazon rain-forest by local farmers. The goods are collected from trees and branches that have naturally fallen to the ground due to wind, rain, etc.  After the collection, they preserve the natural beauty of each piece, by natural processes called desiccation and skelletization. After this first step, a second group of local Artisans handles the metallization and gold bathing processes.The whole process is certified by the IBAMA (Brazilian Institute of Environmental and Renewable Natural Resources). 


- This product features natural and real Carrapicho fruit from the Brazilian Amazon preserved in 18k gold.

- Nickel & cadmium free.

- Handmade done in Brazil.

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