Fashion Friday: Nogucci Jewelry and GIVEAWAY

Fashion Friday: Nogucci Jewelry and GIVEAWAY

I love finding jewelry that means something… it’s very special for me to wear it.

I LOVE Nogucci Jewlery, they are exquisite and just wonderful.

“Cancer is pervasive; like most any other group, we at Joseph Nogucci have felt the impact of cancer on our lives. Be it personal experience with the disease or the shared struggle of a close relative, partner, or friend, we know how devastating the effects of cancer can be on all those involved. The damage it can do is not only physical, but mental and spiritual as well. We are glad to say that many members of the design team and support staff at Joseph Nogucci have experienced the bliss of watching the storm clouds of cancer recede …. If there’s anything Joseph Nogucci can do to . . . make that same thing happen for the countless women afflicted with breast cancer and the loved ones who share their struggle, we’re proud to do it.”

Look at these gorgeous pieces…

The Pink Ribbon Charmballa bracelet ($59 MSRP)
In support of Breast CancerResearch, the Pink Ribbon Charmballa champions the important cause that is Breast Cancer Awareness. Woven with a signature Pink nylon cord, the Rhodium plated charms are adorned with enamel coated Pink Ribbons symbolizing the cause that touches so many of our lives.

Hopeful One – Pink Dharma Stone Bracelet ($39 MSRP)
10% of proceeds of this bracelet also goes to BCSC. A silver plated Tibetan Buddha head, brilliant Swarovski Elements crystals and Pink Jade Stones.

Karma Dharma Stone Bracelet ($39 MSRP)
A silver plated Tibetan Buddha head, brilliant Swarovski Elements crystals and stones made from Breciated Jasper.

Please join the conversation and upcoming fundraising promotion on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/JosephNogucci).

Fashion Friday: Nogucci Jewelry and GIVEAWAY was last modified: July 12th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland
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Fashion Friday: Nogucci Jewelry and GIVEAWAY was last modified: July 12th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland