Jewels that do good

These exciting collaborations between jewellers and charities are the cool way to care. 

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  • Bulgari announced in July that it has raised $50 million for Save the Children, but the fundraising efforts aren’t stopping there. A new Save the Children bracelet has been launched (€480), inspired by the brand’s iconic B.zero1 design, with €75 of each sale going to the charity.
  • The little-known pangolin, the world’s most trafficked animal, is the subject of Patrick Mavros’ jewellery collection, which recreated its distinctive armour in silver, yellow gold and rose gold. A portion of each sale, including this Haka ring (£4,700), goes to the Tikki Hywood Trust.
  • Gemfields has joined forces with Georg Jensen on a collection of silver jewellery that combines the Danish design house’s minimalist look with red rubies from Gemfields’ Mozambique mine. Buy this Serenity ring (£575) and 20% of the proceeds will go to the non-profit organisation Carnivore. 
  • Carolina Bucci is giving fans of her best-selling woven bracelets the chance to help raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Available in five colours, the limited-edition “Lucky” bracelets (£175) have been revisited in silver or gold-plated silver and silk, with 100% of profits going to GOSH.
  • Buy this black resin cuff (£350), designed exclusively for the charity (RED), and 20% of the proceeds will go to helping fight HIV/AIDS. This bold collaboration between the artist Tracey Emin and jeweller Stephen Webster comprises Emin’s handwriting spelling out the words ‘More Passion’.
  • Arya Esha Swiss blue topaz earrings with tourmaline and peridot accents
     
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  • Be Boodles diamond bracelet
     

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