Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack

Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack

Regular price $137.00 AUD Sale price $129.00 AUD
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Olive Ridley Sea Turtle on Heart Reef Stack 

Population: 800,000

Handmade with tempered glass

Your Olive Ridley on Heart Reef stack of 3 bracelets includes the Olive Ridley glass bracelet, La Petite Heart Reef and the Lynx, all are sustainably and ethically handmade by artisans using tempered glass with a multiply stretchable cord that enables you to put in on and off easily.  

The stretch glass Olive Ridley bracelet measures 17cm / 6.5 inches in length. 

La Petite Heart bracelet measures 15cm / 6 inches with extensions to 17cm / 6.7 inches and 19cm / 7.5 inches and the clasp and findings are 18K Gold plated.

The 18K Gold plated Iberian Lynx bracelet is measures 8 inches / 20 cm in length including the 8mm fish lock clasp. Each paperclip link measures 0.35 inches  / 9 mm in length.

Gift Cards: 3 bands plant 30 Trees recycling 9.27 tonnes of CO2.

Your Band of Courage comes with your 3 Endangered Animal gift cards and a 30 Tree Planting Certificate, both of which can be personalized. They tell you all about your Endangered Animal, your Mangrove trees, and your CO2 recycling. 

Every band comes in a drawstring recycled fabric pouch. 

Your bracelet & care

Your bracelet will hold its colors in water (not saltwater, please) although they should not be exposed to perfumes, chemicals, cosmetics and the like. 

Shipping

Your order will be processed within 2 business days of receipt. Shipments are tracked and details for the delivery service you choose are shown on checkout. 

Olive Ridley Sea Turtles

It’s estimated there are around 800,000 Olive Ridley Sea Turtles which sounds a lot, but they are still endangered on the Pacific Coast of Mexico and vulnerable elsewhere. There used to be over 10 million! That gives you an idea of the dangers they face, ghost or discarded fishing nets, plastic bags which they think are food, climate change disrupting their breeding patterns with warmer beaches producing more females and, of course, people. Olive Ridley’s are the smallest of the Sea Turtles and their shells are Olive colored fused bone. Sea Turtles wear their bones on the outside! They have beaks, not teeth, made of Keratin, same as our nails, and Rhino horns. Sea Turtles have been around for over 100 million years and we’ve lost over 90% of them in the last 50.

The Iberian Lynx

The Iberian Lynx is so called because it's made up of links or 'Lynx' and, like the gorgeous feline - the Iberian Lynx - it symbolises, is shades of gold. The Iberian Lynx lives on the Iberian Peninsula in Spain and is also known as the Spanish Lynx. It's the most endangered feline in the world today with a population of just 400 left on the planet. It was less than 100 at the beginning of the century, so things are looking up! They have a tawny gold coat and a beard which makes them look very cute indeed! Iberian Lynx's grow to about three feet or a metre and live amongst the trees!

Heart Reef

This unique bracelet is inspired by Heart Reef, a naturally formed coral reef creating an island in the shape of a heart found on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The only heart shaped reef in the world, it measures just 17 meters across. Heart Reef is a living animal made up of trillions of tiny polyps living within the calcium corals, which look like flowers, or 'the rain forests of the seas' as they are often called. When sea temperatures rise 1 degree or more above average, the animal polyps are shocked and forced to leave their coral skeleton home. 90% of the coral skeleton's food is provided by it's resident polyps and if the polyps are away too long the reef starts to bleach and then die! Climate Change is heating the seas, its changing weather patterns and therefore ocean currents, upsetting order within the oceans, and too often killing lifeforms which can't adapt fast enough. Taking over 200 million years to form, this iconic Australian reef is a symbol of enduring love.