By Frances Hopes
Tiffany & Co’s long-standing history of supporting wildlife conservation continues with its Save the Wild Collection, the profits from which will be donated to the charity Elephant Crisis Fund (ECF).
The creative elephant-inspired designs are the key feature of the charms and brooches that make up the new collection. The pieces are made in 18ct rose gold with diamonds as well as a sterling silver version set with tsavorites. The connection with tsavorite is particularly meaningful here: Tiffany introduced tsavorite in 1974 after it was discovered in a region near Kenya’s Tsavo National Park, which is home to the “big tuskers of Africa” – protected elephants whose tusks have grown so large that they reach the ground.