A Natural History of Loss- Elephas maximus (Asian Elephant)
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Asian elephants have a closer relationship with mankind than their African counterparts, and largely, they are kept in captivity to provide strength or entertainment when human calls for it. They are fed and kept in relative safety, in comparison, the ones in the wild are highly susceptible to poaching. With their natural habitats being deforested to sustain human needs, there are only so many places they can nestle in before the poachers can add to their ivory collection.
This series of rings is created as a poignant reminder - there is always something we can do before the point of irreversibility.
Cast silver mounted on carved rosewood, bound by silver rivets. Limited Edition of 25 rings.
Available in Polished and Oxidized finishing.