Gilardy Human Rights Brown Leather Bracelet

Gilardy Human Rights Brown Leather Bracelet

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Jewellery that matters! The handmade bracelet GHR-BR1LB of the GILARDY "Human Rights" collection is made of high quality cowsleather in the color light brown.
An extract of the Article 1 and 3 of the International Human Rights-Charter / Universal Declaration of Human Rights from the United Nations (UN Resolution 217 A (III) of the General Assembly dated December 10th 1948) is engraved on the bracelet:
"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one a nother in a spirit of brotherhood. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person."
With this bracelet you do not only wear a beautiful and high quality piece of jewelry, but also take a stand for the high value of Humans Rights.

Details of the product:
Width of the leather ca. 6mm, heigth ca. 1,5mm.
Length depending on the version 54cm, 57cm or 60cm (can be wrapped around the wrist three times)
Magnetic clasp made of high quality stainless steel (nickel free), ca. 13mm long and 7mm wide
The bracelet is "Made in Germany".

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Gilardy

In 1964 M.Y. Gilardy starts his business in the gemstone trade. He lives in the Italian fashion metropolis Milano, and travels from there to gemstone mines in Brazil, South Africa, Madagascar, Asia, and many more, buying stones of exceptional quality and importing them to Europe. In 1968 he begins trade in Germany, regularly visiting the German gemstone capital Idar-Oberstein, where one can find the German diamond and gemstone stock market as well as one of the largest agate and amethyst mines in Europe, in which gemstones have been sources for over several hundred years.