It has been 10 years since Bvlgari started out its philanthropic partnership with the 100-year old NGO, Save the Children, where a portion of the proceeds from each sale of a Save the Children jewellery piece goes directly to the organisation that provides education to underprivileged children around the world. It’s worth noting that 10 years on, Bvlgari has helped over 1.5 million children gain access to education and raised almost USD90 million globally for the charitable organisation, a sum that will continue to increase further in the years ahead.
To mark the 10th anniversary of the partnership, Bvlgari hopes to break the USD100 million mark by launching an all-new pendant for the Save the Children jewellery collection, one that’s made from sterling silver set with black onyx and finished with a precious red ruby from Mozambique. While the existing pieces in the collection were predominantly inspired by the B.zero1, the new necklace (SGD1080) takes references from one of the Maison’s most iconic designs, the BVLGARI BVLGARI that features the bold double logo encircling the onyx stone in front with the charity’s emblem engraved on the back.
Today, the Save the Children jewellery collection comprises 4 different pieces, including a B.zero1 bracelet, pendant and ring that retail for SGD820, SGD880 and SGD790 respectively. A sum of EUR75 from the sale of the each piece will go directly to Save the Children. All 4 designs are now available at Bvlgari boutiques, and if you’re looking for a jewellery piece that also keeps on giving, this would be it.
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