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.
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.
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.
Pink necklace in 14k rose gold, $698; Alex Woo
Twenty percent of the purchase price benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
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.
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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