Centuries ago, sugar cane was Grenada’s ” white gold “. In modern times it is mostly processed on the island into famous rums some of which have more than 70% alcohol. The Grenadite is cut into a sugar loaf and set into a handmade silver setting. The silver ring through which the chain is passed is reminiscent of the shackles of the former sugar cane workers. A unique piece of jewelry reflecting an important part of Grenada’s history.