Part 2 of 3: How 7 Jewelers Are Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In this follow-up to last week’s post, here’s a look at how more in industry are trying to aid cancer research during the month of October and beyond.

Proceeds from sales of $30 handwoven Blessing for a Cure bracelets in cord with Benedictine medals, a silver-tone cancer ribbon charm, and a signature Blessed tag from My Saint My Hero will benefit breast cancer research.

My Saint My Hero breast cancer bracelet

Courtesy My Saint My Hero

Blessing for a Cure bracelets in cord with Benedictine medals, a silver-tone cancer ribbon charm, and a signature Blessed tag, $30

Twenty-five percent of sale proceeds from Bianca Milov’s (bianca@biancamilov.com) $75 Hamsa bracelet in 14k gold vermeil with CZ will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Bianca Milov Hamsa bracelet for breast cancer

Courtesy Bianca Milov

Hamsa bracelet in 14k gold vermeil with CZ, $75

Dian Malouf is donating 15 percent of year-round wholesale sales from its sterling Go Girl ring to the Baylor Health Care System Foundation. To date, ring sales have raised $25,000.

Dian Malouf Go Girl ring for breast cancer

Courtesy Dian Malouf

Go Girl ring in silver, $80

 

Year-round net proceeds of two Alex Woo pendant necklaces benefit Christina Applegate’s Right Action for Women foundation, which helps women who cannot afford breast MRIs to get the testing they need. Ever since Woo’s mother died of breast cancer, the jewelry designer has been actively raising money to help those affected by or at risk for breast cancer. The Tree of Life pendant features seven leaves to represent each day of the week (a reminder to live each day to its fullest), and symbolizes balance, peace, and harmony in the shape of the tree and branches, as well as the integration of a woman’s curves.

Alex Woo necklaces for breast cancer

Courtesy Alex Woo

Open Tree of Life disc necklace in sterling silver and Tree of Life pendant necklace in 14k yellow gold; $158 and $998, respectively

Retail outfit Rogers Enterprises—including Rogers & Hollands and Ashcroft & Oak—is donating 20 percent of year-round net proceeds from its Promise of Hope collection and 5 percent from its Survivor Collection to breast cancer research for a cure.

Rogers and Hollands ring for breast cancer

Courtesy Rogers & Hollands

Ring in sterling silver and 14k gold vermeil with 0.125 ct. t.w. brilliant-cut diamonds from the Promise of Hope collection, $250

Rogers and Hollands ring for breast cancer

Courtesy Rogers & Hollands

Ring in silver with moissanite from the Survivor collection, $399

Twenty percent of year-round proceeds from Bianca Pratt’s 10k gold Flamingo necklace with black diamonds and pink sapphires (retail $920) will be benefit breast cancer research.

Bianca Pratt necklace for breast cancer

Courtesy Bianca Pratt

Flamingo necklace in 10k gold with black diamonds and pink sapphires, $920

Tacori is donating 10 percent of year-round sales from its Pink Ribbon pendant necklace in 18k gold with diamonds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Tacori necklace for breast cancer

Courtesy Tacori

Pink Ribbon pendant necklace in 18k gold with 0.25 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,880

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