Hammerhead Pendant

£95.00£110.00

It is thought that Sharks are the ultimate predator in the Oceans. They’re not. We are.

The Salvari de-finned Hammerhead shark pendant raises awareness of an important issue that demands an immediate end: The wholesale slaughter of over 100 million sharks each year; either for their fins or as bycatch of the Tuna fishing industry.

Comes on an adjustable 18-20 inch chain.
This hand-made pendant is available in Recycled Silver
Also available in Fairmined 9ct Gold – contact info@salvari for pricing and lead times
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Holiday notice: Orders made between 11th July and 2nd August won't be despatched until week commencing 5th August.

10% of profits raised from the purchase of your Hammerhead pendant will go to Oceanic Global.

Description

It is thought that Sharks are the ultimate predator in the Oceans. They’re not. We are.

The Salvari de-finned Hammerhead shark pendant raises awareness of an important issue that demands an immediate end: The wholesale slaughter of over 100 million sharks each year; either for their fins or as bycatch of the Tuna fishing industry.

Comes on an adjustable 18-20 inch chain.
This hand-made pendant is available in Recycled Silver
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 Sharks

Compared with most other methods of animal slaughter, Shark finning is particularly brutal. Sharks are first captured in nets or on long-lines baited with tens of thousands of hooks. Once landed their fins are sliced off whilst they are still alive. Their bodies are then thrown back into the ocean, their blood attracting more sharks to the lines. No longer able to swim, the injured shark either bleeds to death, drowns, or lists helplessly on the sea floor – becoming an easy target for predators.

It’s estimated that an absolute minimum of 100 million sharks die annually at our hands; a number that simply cannot be sustained. Without sharks, marine ecosystems worldwide face an uncertain future and the planet faces losing yet another of the wonders it gave life to.

Salvari is proud to partner with Oceanic Global who educate, inspire and empower about marine conservation.

To find out more read our Shark blog here.