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The fascinating PBS Earth Day feature on woolly mammoths coincides with the birth of a new GlamTribale woolly mammoth collection. While PBS discussed the questions raised by the possibility of using cloning technology to bring these beautiful behemoths back, GlamTribale is using woolly mammoth bones to breathe life into the ancient megaherbivore’s legacy— as well to help save elephant’s lives today.
Woolly mammoth ivory is a sustainable alternative to elephant ivory, the use of which— along with habitat degradation and other human-caused environmental damage— is pushing our elephant friends towards the same fate as their extinct relatives. GlamTribale’s woolly mammoth and elephant collections are part of our continuing efforts to support conservation. In 2015, GlamTribale will create its own collection of woolly mammoth ivory jewelry for prestige locations.
Woolly mammoth image from the Royal British Columbia Museum; Pottery from pending GlamTribale woolly mammoth collection
Anne Enke and Alex Kachenko are very excited to unveil the new Glamtribale woolly mammoth collection, in which they use a unique kiln-firing technique to artistically incorporate woolly mammoth ivory in pottery and jewelry.