A necklace made from a rare and fragile form of gold is being auctioned off by a charity.
The jewelry is engraved with the initials “L” and has been sold to the charity Gold and Jewelry for £12,000.
The bracelet is made of an ivory and has a tiny hole in the middle for the bracelet clasp to be placed in.
It is engraved “L”.
“It’s very valuable and has really been used,” said Joanna O’Reilly, Gold and Jewry’s head of global jewellery.
The bracelet has been on display in the Gold and Penitentiary Museum in London, where it has been displayed since 2009. “
It means that we’re really working to get these gems back into the hands of the families who have them, as well as those who are actually holding them.”
The bracelet has been on display in the Gold and Penitentiary Museum in London, where it has been displayed since 2009.
“Lionel is the first jewellery to be engraved with a symbol from Africa,” said Dr Robert Brown, Gold’s director of public affairs.
It’s estimated that 1,000 to 2,000 African lions roam the jungles of Central Africa every year. “
This is one of the most sought-after pieces of jeweller’s art and we are delighted that it will now be on display alongside some of our other treasures.”
It’s estimated that 1,000 to 2,000 African lions roam the jungles of Central Africa every year.
“People have been making jewelry from these animals for centuries and these bracelets have been a very special gift for the lion family,” said O’ Reilly.
“Lionels are a very social animal, and there’s a lot of excitement around them because they are so beautiful and this is a really beautiful piece of jewelry.”
The lion bracelet is also a great reminder of the importance of conservation and protection of lions and their habitats.
“Dr Brown added: “This piece of gem has a history dating back over a thousand years and it was only discovered in the early 2000s when we were in London.
“Lions are endangered and these rings will help raise awareness of this very rare and precious resource.”
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