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dotOnly recycled precious metals and not directly mined and therefore no further displacement of fragile eco-systems.
dotLocally-gathered surface stones.
Cruelty-free and suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
dot15% of profits donated to wildlife protection and re-naturing - also land-care education in developing countries.
A genuine approach to chemical-hazard-free crafting.
No plating. No casting. Nothing designed or made with computer software.
Carbon-inverted targets (Dedicated to putting more back into nature than taking from it).
Every detail handmade by Laibach.
No greenwash answers to customer questions.
No newly-mined gems ... ever.
dotAtelier Laibach is the first jewellery maker worldwide to use
The  About The NOVA Key Ethical Label Key ethical label.

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The Great White Egrets - Finger Sculpture - R041

Great White Egrets - Finger Sculpture - Copyright Kerstin Laibach
This three finger ring sculpture standing 10.3 cm high is entirely handmade by Kerstin Laibach in recycled silver and gold.
In support of the Somerset Wildlife Trust, UK.
Reserved for private auction in 2014 with all proceeds to the Trust for restoration of former peat diggings on the Somerset Flats ... home to the first UK breeding success of the Great White Egrets.
Commission enquiries for a similar piece, please
see the contact page.
Media enquiries
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Kerstin Laibach handmakes every aspect of her pieces including intricate chains and closing mechanisms. This aligns with her ethical principles, which, without compromise, also means nothing newly-mined, so no environment / habitat displacement, no animal-derived products and is cruelty-free.
What is the difference between recycled gold and new-mined gold?

NOTE: The screen colours of the precious and non-precious metals in Laibach pieces should be viewed as a general guide only. Computer screens vary and can affect the hue of images. For example, the gold colour often illustrated in Laibach collections is relative to 18 carat 750 hallmark. If you require other shades of gold please state your wishes when enquiring. For example, mixed colour shades of jewellery are also possible - natural white gold, yellow gold, champagne gold, rose (red) gold ... or platinum. For ethical (environmental) reasons Kerstin Laibach does not plate her jewellery.

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