You are allowed to have an elephant hair bracelet in any country provided that it is purchased from a licensed trader.
In August 2016, CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) passed a law prohibiting trade in elephant hair. Retailers still in possession of elephant hair and in possession of a wildlife traders license (allowing them to sell elephant hair jewelry) are allowed to sell their products until such time as their stocks run out. You are allowed to have an elephant hair bracelet in any country provided that it is purchased from a licensed trader.
No elephants were harmed in our process in the collection of hairs for the making of our elephant hair bracelets. Pride is taken in being fully aligned with the CITES regulations of trade in elephant artifacts.
Each of the elephant hairs in stock were picked up along bush trails frequented by elephants. There are places where elephants have been gathering for decades and the hairs are picked up from where they've been shed from the elephants' tails.
Francis Cary has Africa running deep in his veins and is totally against all poaching and the havoc it wreaks on our wonderful natural ecosystems. The elephant holds a dear place in his heart and he continues to be the loudest advocate and self-appointed guardian of this magnificent specie.
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