Ammolite & Mammoth Ivory Pendant Necklace (Yuka)
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- Mammoth Ivory sourced from Yukon
- Ammolite sourced from Alberta
- Sterling Silver
- Sizes and shapes vary
- Chain not included
- This ethical ivory is sourced from the Klondike mining area of the Yukon. Mammoth roamed this area in herds until around 10000 years ago, when they became extinct. Gold miners often find mammoth tusks, the ivory from which has been preserved in permafrost since the last ice age. Aryn takes this ivory and uses semi precious stones and resins, as well as the ivory, to create stylish, beautiful and esoteric jewelry. Aryn was born in Whitehorse in 1978 and has been making mammoth jewelry for many years.
- Ammolite is only found in Alberta, Canada. It is taken from the Ammonite fossil, and is known for the colours it contains.