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Proceeds are going to relief initiative.

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Aaron Basha's Love Is My Religion necklace
Aaron Basha’s Love Is My Religion necklace

(PRESS RELEASE) During an unprecedented time when unity and love are more vital than ever, Aaron Basha, the NYC-based family-owned jewelry boutique known for its sentimental and whimsical fine jewelry, has released the Love is My Religion necklace to represent love’s triumph above all. Right now, 15% of sales from each Love is My Religion necklace is going to Robin Hood’s Covid-19 Relief Initiative, to benefit at-risk women and children affected by COVID-19.

The design encompasses the foundational element of all major religions – love. The Love is My Religion necklace is the perfect gift for this Mother’s Day, as no love is stronger than a mother’s unconditional love for her child. The pendant features the icons representing many of the world’s religions circling a heart cut-out, symbolizing tolerance, love and respect for all. Like all Aaron Basha jewelry, each Love is My Religion necklace is hand-crafted, and is made with gold vermeil and lined with sparkling diamonds. The versatile design comes in either a colorful 20” beaded chain or a faceted and adjustable 18-20″ gold ball chain and retails for $525.

Additionally, $100 from each sale of Aaron Basha’s popular Evil Eye Diamond bracelet will go to Robin Hood’s Covid-19 Relief Initiative. The evil eye is said to protect from negative energy while also providing power and warding off misfortune. Available in yellow, white and rose vermet, the bracelet features a light blue enamel evil eye lined with sparkling diamonds and is set on a statement-making red cord band. The piece is available in both children and adult sizing and retails for $365.

Both pieces are available for purchase on Aaronbasha.com

Aaron Basha's Evil Eye Diamond bracelet

Aaron Basha’s Evil Eye Diamond bracelet

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