Gladwell Bolo Bracelet - Grossular Garnet
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Gladwell is a second generation mine owner, after inheriting her mine from her mother, Moma. Employing 19 workers, and leasing land to other miners, Gladwell’s is the longest female owned mine in Kenya. Gladwell is also a busy mom, she and her husband, Christopher, have three children and one more on the way.
This Gladwell bolo bracelet features one Tenda Cut grossular garnet set in 18K recycled yellow gold, and natural colored diamond sand pave.
Garnet weighs approximately 2.23ct, diamonds, 0.14ct
Made in USA
The colored gemstones from the Watu Collection are hand-selected by Debra from ethical sources in Africa. Each piece of Debra Navarro is truly one of a kind. Stone sizes, shapes, colors, and placement may vary from the image pictured.
Five-percent of your purchase will benefit Gem Legacy; helping East African mining communities thrive through investments in education, vocational training, and local economies.