Support Labels for Love with a Stunning Cross Pendant

Posted on Jan 25, 2013 by No Comments
Support Labels for Love with a Stunning Cross Pendant

If you’re looking for a beautiful accessory that supports a very worth cause, consider adding Christofle’s Labels for Love Cross Pendant to your personal wish list. This pendant was reproduced exclusively for Labels for Love.

Founded by Mary Schmidt Amons, a cast member of Bravo’s reality series Real Housewives of D.C. and the granddaughter of TV personality Arthur Godfrey, Labels of Love produces fashion events to raise awareness and funds for local organizations involving women and children. The organization selects one woman’s charity and one children’s charity each year to benefit from its efforts.

Christofle’s Labels for Love Cross Pendant has a sleek design that is very sophisticated and elegant. The silver plated pendant can be worn as a necklace or choker and comes with black cord to tie. The cord measures 29 ½ inches and the cross measures 2.8 inches. The pendant sells for $125.

Ms. Amons is a former handbag and accessories designer with a strong working knowledge of the fashion industry. In addition to her work with Labels for Love, she is a co-Founder of The District Sample Sale, a well-known bi-annual shopping fundraiser that raises awareness for women and children’s organizations.

She has also served as an executive Director of the Vincent T. Lombardi Foundation, Inc. for cancer research at Georgetown University.

I personally don’t buy jewelry very often, but I love the idea of buying something that supports a worthy charitable cause. Getting a gorgeous necklace and helping people in need seems like a winning idea to me.

Photo credit: Christofle

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Dana Hinders

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