Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Eco-artware.com Earrings Review

If you want to shop for beautiful jewelry that is also handcrafted and eco-friendly, then check out Eco-Artware. This is a web-based gallery of unique works of art, with gift items that are available for women, men, and items for your home.

With the company's deep commitment to use green products, each item is made from natural or recycled materials. Over 25 artists offer beautiful and original work, and each artist is unique in regards to using their own vision to create their work.

For my review I was sent the Cascading Tagua Disk Drop Earrings. These pretty and colorful earrings are made from tagua nuts that are carved into 1/2 inch disks. They are then painted with brilliant water-based dyes by Columbian craftspeople.

These crafts people are artisans, farmers, and natives from displaced Colombian communities who work to produce and market their collection of natural and eco-friendly tagua nut jewelry. The eco-artware.com website offers a complete catalog of all their products. You will find an extensive selection of jewelry, along with women's accessories, household items, toys, baskets, and more.

You can learn more about Eco-Artware.com by following them on Twitter and being a fan on Facebook.

*I was not paid for our review. The opinions are 100% mine and may vary   from others. I was provided the earrings mentioned in this post to review for free from the PR company that represents them. 

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