A quirky and rather playful charity enamel pin, featuring the Leatherback Turtle and his new friend: a Jorunna Parva sea bunny! This fun charity pin is made with hard enamel and polished gold plating. The pin has two back posts for premium support, accompanied by rubber clutches.
This enamel pin is created to raise awareness of habitat loss caused by wildfires, and with a mission to plant trees. For each pin sold, I am planting one tree through One Tree Planted. Tree donations are split between Australia and New Zealand.
The Leatherback Turtle is the largest turtle species in the world, while the Jorunna Parva is a rather tiny species of nudibranch. They can both be found in Australian reefs.
Leatherback Turtle Charity Pin Information:
|Size:||Approximately 1.2″ / 32mm|
|Back:||2x Rubber Clutches|
|Additional Features:||Species name stamped on the back|