Lucky for me, one of our best-selling necklace collections happens to be one of my personal favorites. I've been wearing one of the Anna Beck Elephant Necklaces for years. Whether I dress is up or wear it with jeans and a t-shirt, it's always a show-stopper.
I should start by telling you a little bit about why Anna Beck Jewelry is so special. In their own words, they explain, "Every piece of Anna Beck jewelry is handmade at their workshop in Bali. Their talented artisans honor one of the region's oldest handcrafted techniques to create the Anna Beck signature look. Single discs are individually placed by hand onto a metal base in an intricate multi-step process, meaning each piece can take days to create. The cultural traditions of Bali and the artistry of their craftsmen come together, bringing to life their truly one of a kind pieces."
When you see these pieces of jewelry, you'll understand what the fuss is about. You can see the level of attention given to each specific pieces and will immediately appreciate the craftsmanship.
Within the Anna Beck line, there are five necklace that stand out. Each featured a pendant of an elephant (trunk up, of course), wearing a saddle made up of the Anna Beck signature circles design. For every one of these elephant necklace sold, 30% of all proceeds go back to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant conservation and rehabilitation efforts in East Africa. If you love elephants, like I love elephants, this will surely be your favorite part about wearing this necklace.
For those who aren't familiar with it, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is today the most successful orphan-elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world and one of the pioneering conservation organisations for wildlife and habitat protection in East Africa. You can read more about them by visiting sheldrickwildlifetrust.org.
These gorgeous give back necklace come in five varieties: 30" All Gold, 30" Gold & Silver Two Tone, 30" Rosegold and Silver Two Tone, Mini All Gold and Mini Two Tone. Honestly, the hardest part is choosing which one you want to take home.