NEW YORK, Oct 14, 2009 / FW/ — Fans of Douglas Adams’ ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ know that dolphins are the second most intelligent species on earth, (man being the third). Internationally renowned jeweler and humanitarian, Temple St. Clair might be or might not be a fan of Douglas Adams, but she sure loves dolphins.
An avid scuba diver and lifelong lover of marine life, Temple St. Clair partnered with Save Japan Dolphins to support its efforts to cease the capture and slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan.
As recently exposed in the documentary, The Cove, dolphins in Japan are being captured and sold to captivity for the mere sake of human entertainment, or slaughtered and sold as whale meat (despite unsafe toxicity levels).
To support this cause which she holds close to her heart, Temple St. Clair will donate 40% of proceeds from the sales of all of dolphin pendants and rings from her Tree of Life collection, available exclusively at www.TempleStClair.com.
18K Dolphin Pendant with pavé diamonds, $6,000
18K Dolphin Pendant with cabochon blue sapphires and pavé diamonds, $8,750
18K Small Dolphin Pendant with pavé diamonds, $2,300
18K Dolphin Ring with pavé diamonds, $6,000
For further information on Temple St. Clair and her heart felt connection to the sea, please visit her blog at http://templestclair.blogspot.com/.
In addition, be sure to check out her highly acclaimed book, Alchemy: A Passion for Jewels
Chapter: My Life Aquatic.
And, just for the dolphin lovers, here’s the Dolphin Song from The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy