Enough about the weather, onto good jewelery news ! Angelina Jolie is know for her charitable works and now she is even do more good things, this time with her jewelry line. She has been collaborating with notable jeweler Robert Procop. Her line of exquisite jewels fabulously called "Style of Jolie" have been on display at a few exclusive locations worldwide. So far there are two showings that are going to be held in the US. The first viewing is at Tivols in Kansas City, MS and then Donohos in Woodland, TX.
Her pieces are lush and are made with bright and sparkling gemstones that she had researched for two years that range from Colombian Emeralds (shes known to be a big fan) to lesser known but still brilliant gemstones set in bezel settings in rich yellow and rose gold. The prices for these items start at $4,000+. There are plans for less expensive retail line but no mention a to when they will make their debut.
The great part of the sale of these items from her line is that 100% of the proceeds from the sale are going towards Education partnership for Children of Conflict! She recently opened a school in Afghanistan for children and is currently looking to open more schools worldwide.
I look forward to seeing her less expensive line appear at some my favorite retailers~
Here's a few pictures from her line of jewelry...
Exquisite Colombian emeralds all with matching color!
“One of the largest and finest pink diamonds in the world, the Princie Diamond carries a fabulous provenance, which brings together the legendary names of Golconda, Nizam of Hyderabad, and the Maharani Sita Devi of Baroda,” François Curiel, chairman of Christie’s jewelry department, said in a statement. “This rich history, combined with its rare pink hue, conveys a special charm, which will speak to all collectors in the world seeking the best of the best in gemstones.”
It is worthwhile to take a look at the Auction (even online) catalogue as there to numerous fabulous gems and jaw dropping stones for me to list here. www.christies.com
Keep Sparkling until next time!