Cashmere grey mélange is the background for the Verbier’s hand-embroidered feather design motif, two of which appear on the sweater’s front and another on its back. In contrast, the full fashion hand-knit ribbed pattern on the hem of the sleeve and waist is much subtler, and the rolled or rolling turtle neck is a distinctive Robert Comstock design detail. As lightweight and comfortable as down, the Verbier, as any quality work of value, is likely a collector’s item, meant to be worn and enjoyed, perceived to be high fashion, if not art. Like all of his original designs, each Verbier is signed and numbered by Robert Comstock.
Robert Comstock supports The Peregrine Fund and a portion of your purchase goes to the Peregrine Fund supporting Robert Comstock's commitment to conserving threatened and endangered birds of prey worldwide.
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A lifetime of dedication to the Peregrine Fund
The Peregrine Fund’s Coexistence Co-op Project is led by Martin Odino and includes Steve Ekwanga, Martin Kahindi and Alfred Koech who collectively have trained over 1200 people in Laikipia. Over 90% of trainees have comprised community leaders, women’s, and environmental groups. Our Coexistence Trainings consist of two separate one-day workshops focused on poisoning awareness and building improved bomas (livestock corrals). In one community, Lorien, whose members we have intensively trained, there have been reduced reports of predator conflict. They also observed that there has been an increase in new chain-link bomas constructed by community members that locals said they built because of our trainings. Your purchase will help to support trainings like the ones that happened in Lorien saving both predators and scavengers.
A LIFETIME OF DEDICATION TO THE PEREGRINE FUND
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