Pink Ribbon pendant

Pink Ribbon pendant

Silver
€145.00
In autumn 2018, Kalevala Jewelry participates in the Finnish Cancer Foundation’s Pink Ribbon fund-raising campaign for the fourth time. As in previous years, a limited edition series of Pink Ribbon jewelry has been manufactured, which will only be sold until the end of year 2018.
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Material: Silver Article number: 2269430ZIPI45 Size: 42/45 cm Height: 47 mm Weight: 7 g
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Pink Ribbon 2018

The Finnish Cancer Foundation is the biggest private investor in cancer research in Finland, and the Pink Ribbon is its best known fund-raising campaign. Kalevala Jewelry supports this important cause. The Glimmer collection designed by Antonio Mazzamauro is chosen as the Pink Ribbon 2018 jewelry. The collection with a pink gem is available for a limited period. For every Pink Ribbon 2018 jewelry sold, Kalevala Jewelry donates 5€ to the Finnish Pink Ribbon fundraising for every Pink Ribbon 2018 piece sold.

Design
Antonio Mazzamauro

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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.

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

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