Wednesday, November 6, 2019

These bracelets are stunning!

I received these products from Wild In Africa for review.  Not only are these bracelets absolutely stunning, they also help to save wildlife because the company donates 50% of the purchase price to wildlife conservation.  Wild In Africa was founded by National Geographic wildlife filmmaker and photographer Shannon Wild.  These are unisex bracelets and are perfect for anyone on your gift list!


The bracelets are available in many colors and styles.  and you can choose the size you want (7"/18cm Small, 8"/20cm Medium and 9"/22cm Large).  They are made of natural stone beads and are all beautiful.  You're going to want several of them, if not all!  You can purchase a single bracelet, or purchase them in "stacks".  Visit their site to see their full selection.  I received a Nkombe Rhino Bracelet and a Big 5 Stack.


Nkombe Rhino Bracelet ($40): Representing both the White and Black species of Rhino, this bracelet is designed with Howlite beads. It has a single lava stone and features stainless steel accents and a hand-stamped pendant. In South Africa rhinos are being killed at an unprecedented rate for their horns. 50% from every sale is donated directly to the Nkombe Rhino, who’s mission is to provide for Anti-Poaching Units sustainability out in the field. Their approach and main goal is to source the best equipment, from local and international organisation through funding from supporters. 



Big 5 Stack ($159): This stack represents the Big 5, considered African safari royalty, it’s the quintessential African stack! It comes with a little booklet containing the following information:

🐘 African Elephant - African Azurite & Brass
🦏 Rhinoceros - Brown Snowflake Jasper & Hematite
🦁 African Lion - South African Tiger’s Eye & Brass
🐆 African Leopard - Leopardskin Jasper & Ethiopian Brass
🐃 Cape Buffalo - Indonesian Lava & Brass

2 comments:

  1. wall hanging brass bell is the best vintage selling product and i recommend you guys to buy as it is trending in uk

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