Freeman's bespoke emerald and black diamond platinum 46664 Bangle was designed by Sabine Roeber. The bangle went to Julian Frame, a South African businessman who is the joint founder and chief executive officer of the South African sports lifestyle retail chain The Cross Trainer. His company was established the same year as the 1995 Rugby World Cup, the event that inspired "Invictus" and The Cross Trainer supplied rugby jerseys for supporters of the event. All auction proceeds went to the Nelson Mandela Foundation and will be used to fund projects associated with HIV/AIDS. National Jeweler reports that Frame plans to take the bangle abroad and show it to those inspired by Mandela.
The 46664 bangles are available on TheBangle.com in copper for $24.95, pure silver with a copper inlay for $199, 18K gold for $7,700, 24K gold for $8,600 and platinum for $15,870.