Silver Tear with diamond inlay

Silver Tear with diamond inlay

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Our signature Rhino Tear piece with a pure diamond inlay. A responsibly sourced diamond brings the Tear to life, creating an exquisite 'sparkle' effect for an effortless and chic look. The contemporary design draws inspiration from the incredible story of Thandi and Thembi, capturing the true beauty and grace of these amazing creatures.

 

Options include; sterling silver Tear with diamond inlay, on a 16" chain or 20" chain (see below).

100% of profits made from the sales of Rhino Tears Jewellery go towards various conservation and anti-poaching projects across Africa, helping to save and protect the African rhino.

 

 

Options include;

Silver Tear with diamond inlay on 16" chain

MATERIAL:  Solid sterling tear drop with diamond inlay
SIZE: 16mm
WEIGHT: Approx. 6 gms
CHAIN: 16" silver snake chain

PRICE: £120

Diamond encrusted silver Tear

Silver Tear with diamond inlay on 20" chain

MATERIAL:  Solid sterling tear drop with diamond inlay
SIZE: 16mm
WEIGHT: Approx. 5 gms
CHAIN: 20" silver snake chain

PRICE: £125

Diamond encrusted silver Tear

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Daniel Haesslich

100% of profits from Rhino Tears Jewellery goes towards a number of anti-poaching and conservation projects, helping to protect and save the African rhino. The Tears are lovingly crafted and hand-finished to the highest quality.On a visit to the Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa I encountered a rhino called Thandi quietly grazing with her calf. I learnt that she is a rare survivor of a brutal poaching attack...Rhino species across the planet are heavily threatened by poaching as a result of demand for their horn. Despite it having no medicinal value, rhino horn is traded as a commodity in places such as Vietnam, where it is used by a small urban elite as a status symbol, in powdered form, to cure hangovers after a big night out!Rhino species across the planet are heavily threatened by poaching as a result of demand for their horn. Despite it having no medicinal value, rhino horn is traded as a commodity in places such as Vietnam, where it is used by a small urban elite as a status symbol, in powdered form, to cure hangovers after a big night out!