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  • Sustainable Jewellery Inspired by Nature

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  • Açaí Berry Seeds and Other Sustainable Materials from the Amazon

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  • Adjustable Eco-Friendly Necklaces for Versatility

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  • Petala tagua Necklace

    Sustainable Jewellery Never Looked So Beautiful

    Petala Tagua Necklace

Sustainable Jewellery Inspired by Nature

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Açaí Berry Seeds and Other Sustainable Materials from the Amazon

For those who love colours

Adjustable Eco-Friendly Necklaces for Versatility

Shop Necklaces

Sustainable Jewellery Never Looked So Beautiful

Petala Tagua Necklace
  • Jewellery Sustainably Sourced from South America Rainforest

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  • Jewellery Sustainably Sourced from South America Rainforest

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Jewellery Sustainably Sourced from South America Rainforest

About Us

Jewellery Sustainably Sourced from South America Rainforest

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259 Morningside Road

Edinburgh

EH10 4DR

Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm
Saturday, 10am -5pm

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Ethical & Sustainable Jewellery

At Pretty Pink Eco-Jewellery, we recognise the importance of taking care of our planet and the people who call it home. Many of our ethically sourced materials found in our eco-jewellery which we bring to Scotland come from a renewable and sustainable material known as Tagua, or Vegetable Ivory, the harvesting of which creates tens of thousands of jobs for South American residents who reside in the regions of Tropical Rainforest where the specific palm tree species that grow the material are found.

 

From the skilled hands of workers at small cooperatives in South America who polish the Tagua, drill holes and dye our precious materials, each of our eco-jewellery pieces is then affectionately and delicately handmade in Scotland by Ilana and Amália.