Gorilla Paw Pendant

£75.00£90.00

Gorillas are an amazing symbol of power and strength, hence their vulnerability from poachers seeking ‘trophies’ to sell to eastern markets, whether that be head, skins or paws. Our Gorilla paw pendant reminds of the numerous threats now faced by these social, gentle and awe-inspiring animals.  

Comes on an adjustable 18-20 inch chain.
This hand-made pendant is available in Recycled Silver and 18ct Gold Vermeil 
Also available in Fairmined 9ct Gold – contact info@salvari for pricing and lead times

 

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10% of profits raised from the purchase of your Gorilla Paw pendant will go to One Tree Planted

Description

Gorillas are an amazing symbol of power and strength, hence their vulnerability from poachers seeking ‘trophies’ to sell to eastern markets, whether that be head, skins or paws. Our Gorilla paw pendant reminds of the numerous threats now faced by these social, gentle and awe-inspiring animals.  

Comes on an adjustable 18-20 inch chain.
This hand-made pendant is available in Recycled Silver and 18ct Gold Vermeil 
Also available in Fairmined 9ct Gold – contact info@salvari for pricing and lead times

 

Additional information

Finish

Silver, Gold Vermeil, 9ct Gold

Material

Chain, Cord

About Gorillas

Gorillas are amongst the most endangered primates in the world. Less than 1000 mountain gorillas remain in the wild. Living high in mountain forests, they have thick fur that helps them survive in a habitat where temperatures can drop below freezing. However, due to poaching, deforestation, civil conflict  and human encroachment into their territories, the Gorillas are forced ever higher and into areas where conditions can become deadly.

Meanwhile, bush meat hunting, timber harvesting and habitat destruction are also negatively affecting the probability of the survival of western lowland gorillas, which are now considered to be critically endangered.

Salvari partners with One Tree Planted to help plant trees within depleted forests and rainforests throughout the world. To find out more about the incredible work they do read our blog here.