2021 NRA Women's Leadership Forum Auction Preview: Mavros Cuff and Earrings

The inspiration for this unique set was memories of catching young crocodiles while sitting at the banks of the Zambezi River.

by posted on August 30, 2021
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Renowned African jewelry maker Patrick Mavros has long been a friend to the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Luncheon & Auction, donating unique items each year as his way of supporting our uniquely American Second Amendment freedoms. (We even had a celebrity sighting when we spotted a pair of his earrings on the lobes of Princess Kate Middleton in 2020 while she participated in a web conference call!)

This year Mavros has donated the Croc Hornback Cuff in Silver, and Sterling Silver Croc earrings. This collection was designed on the banks of the Zambezi River by Pat and his son Benji, inspired by the memory of catching young crocodiles at night. As it turns out, Pat's knowledge and fascination with these great leviathans started as a young boy—as did Benji's. Crocodiles are remarkable creatures that have remained physiologically unchanged for a hundred million years. This range of jewelry captivates an ancient African mystique and the tactile feel of each piece has an exciting and exotic appeal.

Marrying intricate craftsmanship with an intrepid family heritage, every piece from Patrick Mavros has been designed by a member of the family with the sole intention of bringing delight and showcasing the very best of African luxury. Don't miss out! Register here to bid on this unique set!

Here are the details:

Sterling Silver bangle.
Handmade in Zimbabwe.

Dimensions:
Length: from 2.4"
Width: from 1.65"
Height: 2"
Weight: from 4.14 oz.

Sterling Silver Croc Earrings by Patrick Mavros

Large: Length 2" x Width .5"

 

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