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Vegetable Ivory: An Eco-Friendly Alternative to Elephant Ivory
The most common source of ivory in the world for many years is elephant ivory. Nowadays, the decreasing number of elephants (due to widespread slaughter for tusks), the growing concern for depleting elephant population, the ban on ivory trade, and the rising cost of ivory have led to the use of natural alternatives to and imitations of elephant ivory. One of the popular substitutes for ivory is the vegetable ivory. It is a special seed from Hyphaene Phytelephas, a palm tree that grows in the rain forest of the Amazon.
Simple Solutions in Finding the Right Ivory Wedding Dress
You have waited a long time for this day to come and you want to make sure that everything is going to be perfect on your wedding day. To begin with, you are actively seeking the right gown that will make you appear your most beautiful come that moment when it’s time to hit the aisle. You’ve always dreamed of this day wearing a long, smooth flowing gown in ivory color. The color complements almost all types of skin tones. This can come as off white with touches of light brown.
Tracing the Art of Ivory Carving in Myanmar
Little is known about the history of ivory carving in Myanmar, where it is called “sinswe pan pu” in Burmese language. Pan pu refers to wood carving, which is one of the pan sai myo or “ten arts.”