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    This African bracelet stack represents the lesser-known African 'Little 5' animals. Each species is a contradiction in sheer size to the well known African Big 5 (Elephant, Rhino, Lion, Leopard & Buffalo).

    STONE INFO ...

    🐭 Elephant Shrew - Indian Bloodstone Bracelet

    The Elephant Shrew is a small, insect-eating mammal with a long nose. Elephant shrews are very common in Southern Africa but seldom seen.

    Indian Bloodstone is a bluish-green to a dark green stone. It may show white Chalcedony, yellow minerals, and specks of highly-sought red inclusions. This stone is a powerful healing stone and it is often used to purify and detoxify the body. It is great at grounding negative energy and cleansing the body. 

    🦏 Rhinoceros Beetle - Obsidian Bracelet

    Many rhinoceros beetles are well known for their unique shapes and large sizes.

    Obsidian, also known as Dragon’s Glass, is a natural, volcanic glass. Obsidian is produced when lava extruded from a volcano cools rapidly with minimal crystal growth. Obsidian Stone is believed to be a psychic protection stone that will help to shield you against negativity. 

    🐜 Antlion - South African Tiger’s Eye & Ethiopian Brass Bracelet

    Antlion are known for the predatory habits of their larvae, which in many species dig pits to trap passing ants.

    South African Tiger’s Eye is a metamorphic rock with a golden to red-brown color and a silky luster. Also called tiger eye, is a chatoyant gemstone. Chatoyance is an optical phenomenon in which a band of reflected light, known as a "cat's-eye" moves just beneath the surface. Tiger’s Eye is believed to aid in promoting harmony and balance and helps to relieve anxiety.

    🐢 Leopard Tortoise - Dalmatian Jasper Bracelet

    The leopard tortoise is a large and beautifully marked tortoise found in the savannah of eastern and southern Africa.

    Dalmation Jasper is a pale gray, cream, or beige-brown stone made of feldspar and quartz, with black or brown spots of iron oxide, tourmaline, or other mineral inclusions. The energy of Dalmatian Jasper brings childlike joy and a sense of playfulness into your life. 

    🐦 Buffalo Weaver - Indonesian Lava & Red Jasper Bracelet

    The Red-billed Buffalo Weaver is a black and red species of bird that weaves its nest.

    Lava Stone, also known as Basalt or Lava Rock is a rock formed from lava erupted from a volcano that has solidified from molten lava. Indonesian Lava stone is known for its grounding qualities and wonderful for calming emotions.

    Red Jasper is a semi-precious gemstone. This gorgeous jasper gets its red color from iron inclusions. It has been known as the ‘Stone of Endurance’ and ‘Nurturer’s stone’ for many centuries.

    MORE INFO ...

    📿 6mm natural stone beads on quality elastic thread.

    👜 Your order comes in a keepsake jute bag.

    🐾 Free sticker pack with every order.

    🌿 Eco-friendly, recyclable packaging

    💫 Socially conscious so you can #WearYourKarma®

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    18 Apr 2020
    Sylvie V.
    Better looking than expected

    They are even better looking than expected. Perfect fit for wrist.

    18 Apr 2020
    Amazing quality

    The quality of the jewellery is amazing!

    09 Aug 2019
    Zoha J.
    What more could you want

    These bracelets are as beautiful as their founder. Add to that they help contribute to wildlife conservation, what more could you want? I own nearly every single one of Shannon’s Wild in Africa bracelets and it’s still not enough. More please!

    09 Feb 2019
    Patty P.
    Thank you

    Thrilled with the process of ordering bracelets. This was truly under promise over deliver. The bracelets were a present and the recipient was just ecstatic...thank you for everything.