Style Spotlight: Breast Cancer Awareness Jewelry



October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and jewelry designers are doing their part by offering pieces for sale, in which a percentage of the proceeds are given to various breast cancer charities. Here are five new jewels to consider stocking that beautify and benefit research.  

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Hug Hoops in recycled 14k pink gold, $100; Melissa Joy Manning

From Oct. 24–31, shoppers receive 20 percent off the price and another 20 percent benefits the CFDA’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer initiative

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Hope Affirmation bracelet in stainless steel with colored PVD and a pink sapphire accent, $150; Alor

Ten percent of proceeds are given to Here for the Girls.

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Pink necklace in 14k rose gold, $698; Alex Woo

Twenty percent of the purchase price benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

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Daisy Bee ring in 18k yellow gold with vintage turquoise and 1.01 cts. t.w. sapphires, $4,700; Anabel Higgins

Ten percent of proceeds from the sale of every piece in the Higgins’ line is distributed to a variety of breast cancer charities—including the Huntington Hospital Cancer Center—throughout the year.

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Double Scallop Thorn earrings in 22k and 18k yellow gold and sterling silver with 2.44 cts. t.w. pink sapphires and 0.6 ct. t.w. diamonds, $5,300; Annie Fensterstock

Fifty percent of proceeds are given to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
 

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