WELCOME TO INDIGO AVENUE
Hello! Thanks for checking out my spoon ring page. My name is Taylor and I'm the creator of Indigo Avenue. I’m currently attending Colorado State University, studying Wildlife Biology and Zoology. All of my rings are made out of antique spoons and forks to help practice sustainable efforts such as reducing, reusing, and recycling. At a young age I've worn a ring on almost every finger as if it was a personality trait. As I've grown older, I've gotten particular about the rings I wear which brought me to the idea of making my own. I've always wanted to make a contribution to the animal field, which is why I donate a portion of my proceeds to an elephant rehabilitation center which you can learn more about below.
Indigo Avenue has grown into a passion of mine and I've absolutely loved creating something special for people all across the world. I hope you love my rings as much as I do.
BOON LOTTS ELEPHANT SANCTUARY
10% of each ring that is sold at Indigo Avenue is donated to an organization called Boon Lotts Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand. This sanctuary is unlike any other, as their primary focus is to not draw visitors in, but rehabilitate older elephants who have been beaten, starved, and forced to provide rides for tourists.
Contact me if you're interested in making a personal donation.