A family affair
I gave my granddaughter the Seahorse bracelet for Christmas. She loved it so much, her dad asked if I could get one for each member of the family. It’s special to them because the family crest has two wyverns on it. The seahorse is as close to a wyvern as I could find.
I love the ocean and all of the creatures and other life forms in it. Even on a snowy, cold day in Cleveland, Ohio, I feel the sun and hear the waves when I’m wearing my Seahorse Wanderer bracelet. I love it!
Bracelets fabulous big hit with grandchildren BOO
I just simply love it!
I have bought several seahorse bracelets and there’s big hit. I get a lot of people ask me where I got mine.
We are committed to making our products from natural materials that are ethically sourced.
Wanderer Bracelets are a refreshing, burden-free alternative to jewelry made from precious stones, metals or ivory.
Mining precious stones, gold or silver creates toxic runoff and often dangerous working conditions in mines and foundries, while the illegal ivory trade murders countless wild elephants for their tusks. By contrast, water buffalo bone is a beautiful and durable organic material that finds new life as jewelry instead of going to waste.
Domestic water buffalo are never killed for their bone. Most live their lives on small family farms where they are highly valued and cared for. Families rely on these venerable animals to plow rice terraces and fertilize crops.
With five million domestic water buffalo throughout the islands of Indonesia, their bone and horn is in abundant supply, and the villagers have used these materials for generations to create art, tools and adornments. Since they work in open-air jungle huts, there is very little industrial footprint.
Every Wanderer Bracelet helps preserve a unique cultural and artistic legacy for the next generation.