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Pyrrha Releases Music-Themed Necklace to Benefit Pathway to Paris

Full proceeds from the sale of Pyrrha’s ‘Music Unites Us’ talisman will be donated to Pathway to Paris, a non-profit that fights climate change through the power of music.

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Pyrrha Releases Music-Themed Necklace to Benefit Pathway to Paris

(PRESS RELEASE) VANCOUVER — Pyrrha‘s first music-themed necklace is the result of its latest partnership with Pathway to Paris, a non-profit organization that uses music as a tool for awareness to turn the Paris Agreement into action.

The necklace features a handcrafted talisman that reads ‘Musica Terram Coniungit’ in Latin, meaning ‘Music Unites the Earth.’ The stringed instrument branching out into a tree is symbolic of the powerful connection between music and all living things.

This collaboration is the combination of Pyrrha founders Danielle and Wade’s commitment to taking care of the environment and their love for arts, music, and culture.

“We’re thrilled to be part of this powerful project that aligns beautifully with our own values,” says Wade. “We’re passionate music fans, and we’re also artists committed to environmental responsibility. It’s our honor to support Pathway to Paris in such a personal way, with a talisman that inspires, reminds, and meaningfully connects people to the healing power of music and nature.”

Throughout November, 100% of the proceeds will go directly to Pathway to Paris, after which, $100 from each sale will be donated.

Available in reclaimed sterling silver or bronze, Pyrrha’s ‘Music Unites Us’ talisman can be purchased online here for $225.

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