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14 Days
1 Months

10€ for shipping with Royal Mail International Tracked and Signed.

SIZING INFORMATION
Approx 2,3 cm length                                   

MATERIAL INFORMATION
The Empanda coin is carefully hand carved using the lost wax process and cast from recycled sterling silver with a high quality 24 karat gold plate. The ear wires are 9ct gold.

Sterling silver is also available.
The Empanda charm is carefully hand carved using the lost wax process and is cast from recycled sterling silver and hangs on a sterling silver ear wire.

GIFT
Each piece of Boodi jewellery is beautifully presented in branded black and gold recycled gift boxes. Enclosed is a small note with the meaning and intention of each piece.

DESCRIPTION
Empanda is the Roman Goddess of openness, friendliness and generosity, whose temple never closed to those in need.Inspired by ancient coins and ancient symbols of crescent moons and suns, the Empanda pendant and its symbol portrays the figure of a carer and baby, representing the ever giving love, care and responsibility that comes with mother and fatherhood and the unbreakable bond we have with our children.10% of sales from each purchase of the Empanda earrings are donated to Born Free Foundation.

ETHIC
Boodi jewellery is committed to ethically sourcing all its materials. The metals are recycled and each gemstone is traceable and fairly traded. We work closely with our suppliers to maintain an ethical and sustainable brand.

CHARITY
10% of sales from each purchase of the Empanda earrings are donated to The Born Free Foundation.The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity founded by Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers and their eldest son Will Travers. The Foundation is devoted to wild animal welfare and compassionate conservation, working to save animal lives, stop suffering, rescue individuals and protect rare species. Their charity is determined to end captive animal exploitation, phase out zoos and keep wildlife in the wild. They work with local communities to find solutions to help people and wildlife live together without conflict.