Breast Cancer Awareness Jewelry: 5 Firms Helping Raise Money for a Cure



The philanthropic ways of the jewelry design community are alive and well and especially hard to miss during October—Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Looking for styles to sell in which a portion of proceeds benefits a breast cancer cause? Consider these five options.

Lafonn will donate a percentage of proceeds from October sales of its Pink Ribbon collection pieces to Susan G. Komen Orange County.

 

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Pink Ribbon necklace in with Endless Ovals in platinum-bonded sterling silver and 18k rose gold bonded silver with pink and clear simulated diamonds, $175; Lafonn

 

During October, EF Collection is donating 20 percent from the sale of a pink sapphire X ring to Giuliana Rancic’s Fab-U-Wish efforts, in partnership with The Pink Agenda, a nonprofit organization committed to raising money for breast cancer research and care.

 

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Pink Sapphire X ring in 14k rose gold with 0.28 ct. t.w. pink sapphires, $850; EF Collection

 

Some 50 percent of the retail cost of the Strength Poesy Ring necklace from Monica Rich Kosann will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

 

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Strength Poesy Ring pendant necklace in 18k rose gold pink sapphires is inscribed Strength, $1,150; Monica Rich Kosann

Goshwara is donating 10 percent of proceeds from the October sale of any jewel with the color pink in it to various breast cancer support charities.

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G-One drop earrings in 18k gold with 23.76  cts. t.w. rubellite and 1.88 cts. t.w. diamonds, $19,950; Goshwara

Some 50 percent of net profits from the Georgiana Victorian necklace from Anabel Higgins (a breast cancer survivor herself) will be donated to charities related to breast cancer research, diagnosis, and treatment, including  City of HopePasadena Cancer Support Community, and Huntington-Hill Breast Center.

 

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Georgiana Victorian necklace in 14k gold with pearls and a detachable brooch, $9,200; Anabel Higgins

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