Fund-raiser Set for Stricken Jeweler

A fund-raiser/silent auction will be held Wednesday, Nov. 10, to benefit Kinga Marjai, master jeweler for designer Alex Sepkus, who was stricken with spinal meningitis in June 2003. The benefit will take place at B.B. King's Blues Club in New York City and will feature a silent auction of fine jewelry, watches, and other luxury items from such notables as John Hardy, David Yurman, Roberto Coin, Stephen Webster, Me & Ro, Bedat & Co., Alex Sepkus, and more. Despite a bleak prognosis, Marjai awoke from a three-month coma in September 2003 and has made significant progress. She faces extensive surgeries and long-term therapy, and she has no means of support. To help offset some of her expenses, Alex Sepkus and Jeff Feero have established "The Trust Fund Benefiting Kinga Marjai." Friends, colleagues, and industry associates have donated generously, but Sepkus and Feero hope the fu

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