The little-known pangolin, a distinctive mammal covered from head to foot in scales, is the subject of Patrick Mavros’ jewellery collection. Found across Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, they are the world’s most trafficked animal, and poachers have killed more than one million of them in the last decade. Today, many species are threatened with extinction - a plight that has been close to Mavros’ heart since his father was entrusted to look after a number of these beautiful creatures. This inspired him to team up with photographer and filmmaker Adrian Steirn to help raise funds for the Tikki Hywood Trust, which rescues, rehabilitates and releases the species of pangolin indigenous to Zimbabwe. Alongside Steirn’s moving images of rare pangolins and the people that work to protect them, Mavros created a beautiful collection of jewels that feature this scaly anteater’s distinctive armour in silver, yellow gold and rose gold, with 10% of sales going directly the Tikki Hywood Trust.