On December 3rd, 2020, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, presented the annual Tusk Conservation Awards to the celebrated champions on the frontline of conservation in Africa.
We were honoured and privileged to have been asked to create these meaningful trophies that acknowledge our personal appreciation for their tireless dedication and commitment to the preservation of our natural heritage.
John Kamanga's Giraffe Trophy
Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa 2020
Amos Gwema's Elephant Trophy
Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award 2020
Hipolita Lima's Turtle Trophy
Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa 2020
Each trophy was designed to have a specific relevance to each winner in their chosen fields of conservation.
The Hawksbill Turtle Trophy was presented to the award winner in Sao Tome and Principe; the Giraffe Trophy was presented to the award winner from the Rift Valley; the Chura Bull Trophy was awarded to the winner from Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife.
"The Prince held up the Trophy, a stunning piece by Zimbabwean Silversmith Patrick Mavros - Kate's Favourite African Jewellery Brand"