Pink Ribbon 2017 Pendant


This charity jewelry is limited edition. Adjustable length 42/45 cm. Pendant includes a silver chain and a pink silk ribbon. Pink Ribbon is a part of Kalevala Jewelry Autumn 2017 Collection.

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Material: Silver Article number: 2267670ZIPI Height: 48 mm
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Fast delivery: Quick DHL Express deliveries for all orders globally.
Payment methods: American Express, Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard and Paypal
Free exchange / returns within 14 days of order delivery

The jewelry comes in our own jewelry gift box - a perfect gift wrap as such and great for keeping the jewelry organized.  

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Pink Ribbon 2017

The 2017 Pink Ribbon collection embodies the individual courage that, when amassed can change the world. The Dream collection designed by Kirsti Doukas is chosen as the 2017 Pink Ribbon jewelry. The jewelry, now set with a pink stone, celebrates Finnish women’s right to vote and also supports the valuable work against breast cancer.  Kalevala Jewelry donates 10€ to the Finnish Pink Ribbon fundraising for every Pink Ribbon 2017 piece sold.

Kirsti Doukas

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Kalevala Jewelry

Kalevala Kory Oy (Kalevala Jewelry) is one of the largest jewelry manufacturers in northern Europe. The company designs, manufactures and markets high-quality gold, silver and bronze jewelry, and owns two high-level consumer brands: Kalevala Jewelry and Lapponia Jewelry.

Recycled gold and silver

Our production uses recycled gold and silver. Environmentally-friendly production is a core value at Kalevala Jewelry.

Made in Finland

All Kalevala Jewelry products are designed and manufactured in Finland and the production favors local raw materials.