TUUGA Arctic Ivory

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    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    Prix régulier $120.00
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    Canadian rhodonite bead, mined in Alberta and carved in Ontario. Each Rhodonite bead is priced separately ($120); pictured here are two rhodonite beads with a medium walrus ivory bead on a 16" Italian sterling silver chain ($560).

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    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    Prix régulier $150.00
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    Canadian Jade mined in British-Columbia and carved in Ontario. Each bead is sold separately on a fine silver sleeve, $150 each.

    Necklace of two jade beads and one medium walrus ivory bead on a 16" Italian silver chain, as pictured, is available for $620.

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    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    Prix régulier $150.00
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    Ocean-blue Canadian Amazonite that has been mined in Quebec.  Each Amazonite bead is on a fine silver sleeve and sold separately, $150.  Necklace, as pictured with one medium walrus ivory bead between two amazonite beads on a 16" Italian sterling silver chain, is available for $620. Other chain lengths are available.

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    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    Prix régulier $225.00
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    Ruben Komangapik, a renowned Inuit artist, and David DuBois, a hard rock artisan collaborate to make a unique style of unisex Inuit Jewellery. 

    Each TUUGA walrus ivory bead is hand carved and mounted on pure silver.  The braided leather bracelet has a sleek steel magnetic mechanical clasp.  19-20 cm long, and priced individually. 

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    TUUGA Arctic Ivory

    Prix régulier $375.00
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    Ruben Komangapik, a renowned Inuit artist, and David DuBois, a hard rock artisan collaborate to make a unique style of unisex Inuit Jewellery. 

    Each TUUGA walrus ivory bead is hand carved and mounted on pure silver. This piece features two TUUGA beads with two silver space beads. The black braided leather bracelet has a steel magnetic mechanical clasp, and measures 21cm.

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    Ruben Komangapik, a renowned Inuit Artist, and David DuBois, a Hard Rock Artisan, collaborate to handmake a unique style of beaded Inuit Jewellery. Part of the proceeds are given back to the Inuit Community.
    Arctic ivory is rare, authentic, and legally obtained in Canada directly from Inuit hunters as part of their heritage, their hunting birth-right and balanced needs for their community’s  survival. “TUUGA” means ivory, in the Inuktitut language. The TUUGA emblem and hallmark are registered as a Canadian Trademark, includes Inuit syllabic lettering and symbols to confirm provenance.

    Left to right: David DuBois, Ruben Komangapik