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Cuffs from IsabelleGraceJewelry Support Breast Cancer Awareness

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

(Press Release) To support breast cancer awareness, IsabelleGraceJewelry is introducing two new jewelry pieces designed to be a symbol of the importance of living with hope and strength. These pieces are meant to demonstrate solidarity with all the friends, family and customers who are or have battled breast cancer.INSTORE Survivor

Shown here is the “Survivor” cuff.

What better way to honor the person who has battled or is battling breast cancer than with a beautiful cuff bracelet, the purchase of which will help others fight their battles too?

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and, with that in mind, Isabelle Grace Jewelry will be donating 20 percent of the proceeds from the purchase of the “Strength and Dignity” cuff or the “Survivor” cuff bracelets and their entire BCA collection.

The “Strength and Dignity” cuff is a heavy gauge cuff bracelet — available in gold or silver finish — that is meant to be worn tight to the wrist, and which includes a pink topaz stone, with hand stamping that says: “clothed with strength and dignity.” The design stands as a reminder to those who have fought and are fighting that it’s important to make every moment and every day count.

The “Survivor” cuff is also a heavy gauge cuff bracelet that is hand formed and stamped, available in gold or silver finish. It should serve to remind she who wears it that she is strong, beautiful and that while she has or has had breast cancer, she is resilient and will prevail!

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The entire Breast Cancer collection at Isabelle Grace Jewelry symbolizes the importance of sisterhood and keeping courage and compassion, in the face of difficult circumstances, for those fighting and those who stand beside them.

Isabelle Grace Jewelry pieces are made by hand in the U.S. from recycled metals whenever possible. Celebrity following includes: Katherine Heigl, Courtney Lopez, Alyson Hannigan, Christina Milian and more.

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