Silver pendant designed to aid charity supported by Prince William.
To mark the royal wedding taking place on April 29, Dower & Hall have announced they will donate 40% of the price of their newly designed silver Tusk pendant to Prince Williams’s conservation charity, Tusk, to help fund vital work undertaken by the charity across Africa.
The Dower & Hall tusk pendant is a limited edition piece, designed to help raise funds for Tusk Trust, a charity established in response to the dramatic decline in the African black rhino, poached only for their ivory tusks.
In 2005 Prince William became royal patron of Tusk Trust after being impressed by the conservation and community development work of the charity which he had seen first-hand during a number of private visits to Africa.
The pendant features a weighty solid silver tusk with a smooth polished finish, topped with a hand-crafted crown motif, which hangs from a long stylish chain. The timeless design has been chosen to ensure the tusk pendant "will be treasured forever", not only for its design but for the support given to the charity by purchasing the pendant.
The Tusk Trust not only works to protect wildlife, particularly endangered species, but also helps to alleviate poverty, through sustainable development and education amongst rural communities who live alongside wildlife.
The charity pendant will retail for around £245 and will be available in-store and online from April.