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Bracelets Woven From Gold and Tail Hairs of Four Olympic Gold Medallist

London 2012 charity bracelet

Bracelets Woven From Gold and Tail Hairs of Four Olympic Gold Medallist

International Showjumper Yazmin Pinchen has created 5 unique, limited edition bracelets woven from gold and the very famous tail hairs of the four London 2012 Olympic Team Gold medal winning horses;
Hello Sanctos ridden by Scott Brash
Vindicat ridden by Peter Charles
Tripple X ridden by Ben Maher
Big Star ridden by Nick Skelton

Yazmin who at only 22 is the youngest rider to ever have represented the UK on a Nations Cup team has worked with jewellery designer The Burnished Horse (www.theburnishedhorse.co.uk) to produce these stunning pieces for JustWorld International of which she is an ambassador. The charity is devoted to breaking the cycle of poverty by funding local partners around the world helping children thrive.

These unique bracelets are simple and elegant. Each one features the four very famous horse tail hairs interwoven with gold thread on the outer edges. A small gold tag with ‘2012’ which represents the year Great Britain won Olympic gold, together with the bracelet’s number (1-5) will be sold in a high-profile auction through ‘eBay for Charity’ and profits will be donated to JustWorld International.

Join Yazmin in her quest to raise money for this worthwhile charity and make someone’s Christmas by buying them one of the most individual pieces of London 2012 equestrian memorabilia The “London 2012” bracelets will be available to bid for from 1st – 31st December 2015 on the special charity pages of Ebay.

Yazmin Pinchen London 2012 bracelet

JustWorld International acts as a catalyst for positive change in the developing world. They work with local partner organisations to provide basic education, nutrition, health, hygiene, and vocational programs for children in impoverished communities in Honduras, Cambodia and Guatemala. For more information visit: www.justworldinternational.org

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