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Beautiful jewellery in Big Give auction raises funds for World Land Trust

30 November, 2011 - 10:24 -- World Land Trust
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Amrapali jewellery

A beautiful Christmas present, your bid will help save more threatened wildlife habitats.

The Big Give’s annual charity auction has been launched, giving you the chance to bid for authentic Indian jewellery while supporting the World Land Trust (WLT).

Between the 27 November and 4 December, this beautiful set of matching earrings and bracelet will be auctioned online. Kindly donated by Amrapali, authentic Indian jewellers, the lot will raise funds to help save some of the most threatened wildlife habitats on Earth. Amrapali is the new face of luxury jewellery in India, with their chic designs appearing in the pages of Vogue, Harpers Bizarre and The Tatler, to name just a few.

With an ethnic twist, delicately encrusted with jewels, the set makes the perfect green Christmas gift with an environmental conscience.

Following the Big Give’s annual charity auction, WLT will be taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge; in just one week, between 5 and 9 December, we hope to raise £200,000 online to save more of the world’s wild spaces. The Big Give week is a chance for WLT supporters to help us double their donation, saving twice as much critically threatened habitat for wildlife.

Our patron, Sir David Attenborough, says:

“WLT save as much threatened land as they can. It is the land that is important when saving wildlife and I am right behind them. I urge you to join WLT in this year’s Big Give Christmas Challenge.”

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