Wounaan Embera Hand Carved Tagua Nut Frog Carving Panama

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This is a tagua nut carving of a frog from the rainforest of Panama.

Handcrafted Tagua Jewelry made by the Embera and Wounaan artisans from Panama. Fair Trade, Responsibly Sourced & Sustainable Materials

ARTISAN CRAFTED: TraderBrock’s Tagua Jewelry are hand-carved by indigenous Embera Wounaan artisans in Panama. We offer a wide range of bracelets, rings, earrings, necklaces, figurines, and key chains. Due to the scarcity and uniqueness of each piece, no two pieces are exactly the same.

SUSTAINABLE SOURCED MATERIALS: Panamanian Tagua Jewelry are handcrafted from the Tagua Nut a seed of certain palm trees which grows from southern Panama, along the Andes to Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, northwestern Brazil, and Peru. Some of the natural dyes used include Trumpet Vine, Safran, Lianas Vine, Mud, and Cocobolo Wood all locally harvested from the Rainforest.

TRADITIONAL DESIGN: The Tagua Carving designs usually portray wildlife in the Rainforest. Including Hummingbirds, Tree Frogs, Toucans, Monkeys, Parrots, Jaguars, Turtles, and various other animals who call the rainforest home. They consider their carvings an artistic expression, incorporating their dreams, feelings, and aspirations into their carvings. Using traditional carving techniques commonly known as Chip Carving or Whittling.


RAINFOREST & WILDLIFE CONSERVATION: One Tagua palm tree produces enough vegetable ivory to equal that of a female elephant trunk every year. By choosing Tagua you are helping fight the illegal Ivory trade and protecting endangered species. Tagua nuts are non-toxic, eco-friendly, and renewable. The nuts are harvested by hand ensuring the trees are not harmed protecting and conserving the rainforest.

EMPOWERING NATIVE ARTISANS: Since 1991, TraderBrock has been providing Panamanian Embera, Wounaan, Ngäbe, artisans with a global market for their handmade products. For the past twenty years all sales revenues have been reinvested into the artisan community of Panama. This includes education, medical care, land purchase, tools, and other needs.

  • Traditional carving techniques
  • Average size of 2" Height x 2" Width
  • Rainforest sourced materials
  • Hand carved by Panama Artisans
  • Can take multiple days of labor to complete each Tagua Nut Carving
  • Free US Shipping

This carving is signed by the artist.

Every tagua carving is a one-of-a-kind treasure.

Shipping included within the USA.

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