Giveaway: turquoise vegetable ivory earrings from Muichic

Andres Arango sent me a pretty pair of turquoise vegetable ivory earrings from his Muichic collection to give away to a reader.

Andres is an architect & designer from Colombia living in Burlington, Vermont. His Muichic jewellery collection is made from the Tagua nut (aka.vegetable ivory): a botanical alternative to ivory; a seed that comes from the “ivory-nut palm” and only grows in South America’s rainforest.

There are necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings in turquoise, green, purple, brown, blue, red, pink, black, grey and natural. They have simple lines and are as smooth as silk. See for yourself, here, here and here.

How to enter:
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For a 2nd/3rd/4th entry Tweet about this giveaway/follow me on Twitter/ follow Muichic on Twitter OR like the Muichic page on Facebook and tell me about it in separate comments. I’ll pick a winner at random on Monday the 31st of May.

And the winner is…

tania cadogan Congratulations Tania. I will be emailing you directly to arrange posting your earrings to you.


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  1. I got a shock when I saw ivory up for grabs, especially from an eco site! Had never even heard of vegetable ivory before. Fascinating..

  2. I am following you and Muichic on Twitter – clairew137. I have tried to get onto the Facebook page but not been able to.

  3. i had never heard of vegetable ivory before but those look amazing, i have some unusual jewelry and those would fit right in. keep up with the good work

  4. what a great idea! im always looking for more environmentally friendly products and these would make a great prezzie for my vegetarian sister in law and they look great too … what a bonus

  5. wow many thanks, i promise to give them a good home and will wear them with pride.
    wishing you all a very happy sunday. hugs all round

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