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  • Dinda Ameliya Indonesia 2022 save-the-frogs-art-contest semi-finalistSave The Frogs Towels 2023 Collection

    Towels – Floating Frogs

    $8.00

    Lighten up your kitchen or bathroom with these beautiful, frog-themed microfiber towels. Printed and hand-sewn in Colombia, featuring Grand Prize winning art from the 2022 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest by Dinda Ameliya of Indonesia. Towels measure 13.8×12″ (35x30cm). These are a Limited Edition item: only 12 towels were printed with this design. 100% of proceeds go to SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide amphibian conservation efforts.

    Note that your order is for 1 towel; the Red-Eyed Treefrog Towel and Abstract Frogs Towel are sold separately.

  • Jayden Vallejo USA 2022 save-the-frogs-art-contest 1 honorableSave The Frogs Towels 2023 Collection

    Towels – Red-Eyed Treefrogs

    $8.00

    Lighten up your kitchen or bathroom with these beautiful, frog-themed microfiber towels. Printed and hand-sewn in Colombia, featuring Grand Prize winning art from the 2022 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest by Jayden Vallejo of the USA. Towels measure 13.8×12″ (35x30cm). These are a Limited Edition item: only 12 towels were printed with this design. 100% of proceeds go to SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide amphibian conservation efforts.

    Note that your order is for 1 towel; the Floating Frogs Towel and Abstract Frogs Towel are sold separately.

  • Onyx Frog Sculptures

    $35.00$45.00

    These onyx frogs originate from beautiful stone found in the Balochistan Province of western Pakistan. The frogs were cut, lathe-turned and polished by skilled artisans in Pakistan. Onyx is formed from dissolved carbonate minerals (usually calcite) when limestone or dolomite sediments come into contact with hot water. Heat from recent volcanic activity causes this hydrothermal alteration and the dissolved minerals are then precipitated when these fluids reach the surface. Precipitated carbonates from these hydrothermal solutions are called “flowstone,” or travertine, as well as onyx. These frogs are cut from banded onyx. Red, green, orange and brown colors result from small amounts of impurities present, making every carving unique. These beautiful onyx frog carvings were generously donated to SAVE THE FROGS! by Nature’s Own in Boulder, Colorado. We appreciate Nature’s Own support of frog conservation and their support of a wide array of environmental efforts. WE CAN ONLY SHIP THESE ONYX FROGS TO ADDRESSES IN THE USA! Your dollars at work: 100% of proceeds benefit SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide amphibian conservation projects.