Mountain Gorilla necklace
The world’s smallest population of mountain gorillas live in Virunga Mountains, a range of extinct volcanoes that border the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda. Since the discovery of the mountain gorilla subspecies in 1902, its population has endured years of war, hunting, habitat destruction and disease—threats so severe that it was once thought the species might be extinct. What might have been a bleak outlook for the subspecies just a couple of decades ago has brightened in recent years due to conservation efforts.
20 % of full price to The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International.
Height: 1,8 cm
Chain length 42 cm
Available in sterling silver and 18 k gold vermeil
Ethically handmade in Celuk, Bali
Gold wears out over time
Free shipping to Sweden.