Hexagon Stone Bracelet
This Hexagon Stone Bracelet is handcrafted & the perfect addition to your every day style or for wearing at the beach. Its clean and classic look go with any outfit.
It is also a perfect gift for friends and family to give them a little joy.
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100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!
If you’re not satisfied, we’re not either – that’s why we offer a 30-day money back guarantee. Yep, we’ll happily refund your cash on any order if you’re not completely happy with our products within a full 30 days. No questions asked.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO PROCESS AN ORDER?
Please allow 1-3 days (business days) for your order to be processed for shipping. Our processing times are also dependent on the demand of the products and the oder volume for each product. If there is a high order volume, processing times can be longer. We make every effort to fulfill orders as quickly as possible. Understand we are a team of humans, working with human hands, and human brains. We aren't perfect.
WHAT ABOUT SHIPPING?
We ship internationally. Shipping time depends on your location.
United States: 8-23 days
United Kingdom: 8-23 days
Australia: 7-25 days
New Zealand: 6-23 days
Canada: 7-24 days
Rest of the world: 12-30 days
If you have any questions, feel free to contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org
In today's world, it is even more important to live sustainably and to protect our nature. This is the reason why we at Visual Of Earth have decided to plant a tree for every order. By ordering from Visual Of Earth you support us in planting trees all over the world, reforesting diseased forests and in general making a positive contribution to our environment. We thank you very much for your support.
We created Team Plant Tree to make it easier to plant 1 tree on a monthly basis and help the environment by doing so while also giving some awesome perks.
RECENT PROJECT: MANGROVE PLANTING IN MADAGASCAR
Madagascar is an island country in the Indian Ocean, approximately 400 kilometres off the coast of East Africa. It is the world’s second largest island country, after Indonesia, and the island of Madagascar itself is the fourth largest island in the world. The country is considered a biodiversity hotspot, and over 90% of its wildlife is found nowhere else on Earth.
In recent years, vast areas of Madagascar’s original forests have been destroyed, displacing entire animal species and diminishing local people’s ability to farm and live on the land. Entire mangrove estuaries are also gone, leaving the bare earth to wash away into the sea. These mangrove forests are not only crucial carbon sinks, they also provide habitats for a wide range of marine species that live in the shallows, and provide vital coastal protection from floods and storms.
Our projects in Mozambique are run by Eden Reforestation Projects (‘Eden’) – a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to provide fair-wage employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration.
Eden hire local people to grow, plant, and guard to maturity the trees planted through funding from our community – on a massive scale. As well as restoring forest ecosystems, Eden’s “Employ to Plant” methodology results in multiple positive socioeconomic and environment impacts.
COASTAL MANGROVE RESTORATION IN MAROTAOLA
Mangroves are a small, coastal tree species that occur worldwide in the tropics and subtropics, and are particularly proficient at absorbing carbon and storing it in their extensive root systems underground. Carbon stored in mangrove forests is considered blue carbon, because it is stored on the coast. In addition to their excellent carbon sequestration abilities, mangroves provide excellent flood and storm protection to the coastal area itself.
Our mangrove restoration efforts in Madagascar support planting locations on parcels of coastal land to the North West of the island, near Mahajanga. Whilst the combined restoration area is wider, to date we have funded mangrove planting spanning an area of around 600 hectares of this degraded coastal region – and as each small pocket of land is planted, our community’s funding is directed to support further planting, further along the coast.
All our projects are managed by Ecologi & Eden Reforestation Projects.