12 Magnificent jewellery pieces, part of The Project Blossoming Collection all set to be auctioned in Mumbai, By Christie’s on June 6th

12 Magnificent jewellery pieces, part of The Project Blossoming Collection all set to be auctioned in Mumbai, By Christie’s on June 6th

 

–          The collection is a result of a collaborative effort between Gemfields and leading jewellers of India –  proceeds to support education of a minimum of 2000 girls

 

 

 

 

National, May 28th – 29th, 2014 ….  A collaborative partnership between Gemfields, the leading supplier of responsibly sourced coloured gemstones in the world and India’s leading jewellers such as  Hazoorilal and Mirari  from Delhi,  Anmol Jewellers and Moksh from Mumbai, Amrapali  from Jaipur,  Talwarsons from Chandigah, Tibarumals from Hyderabad, LalaJugal Kishore Jewellers from Lucknow, Abaran from Bangalore and  Narayan from Vadodra, has led to creation of 10 unique  and outstanding pieces of jewellery, using Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds and Mozambican rubies.

 

“The Project Blossoming collection”, is a perfect amalgamation of luxury with a purpose, as each piece will make its  owner proud,  it will also bring hope and promise to over 2000 girls; as money raised from the sale of these pieces will  support Project Nanhi Kali, which works  to provide quality education to the under privileged girl child.

 

The collection finished a successful tour across the partnered jewellery boutiques and has now been brought back to Mumbai, to be auctioned by Christie’s at an exclusive black tie event on June 6th, 2014.

 

For Donations and more information, please visit www.projectblossoming.com.

 

About Project Nanhi Kali

Project Nanhi Kali was established in 1996 with the aim of providing quality education to underprivileged girls in India. Today jointly managed by the K.C Mahindra Education Trust and Naandi Foundation, the project is reaching out to over 90,000 girls across 9 states in India covering some of the most deprived, remote, and difficult regions of the country.  The project ensures underprivileged girls get access to quality education by providing academic support, material support and social support that also involves counselling parents and the community on the importance of issues related to girl child education and gender equality. In this way enabling the child to attend school with dignity and reducing the chances of her dropping out.www.nanhikali.org

 

About Gemfields

Gemfields is the world’s leading supplier of responsibly sourced coloured gemstones, positioned at the intersection of exploration, mining and marketing. The company has pioneered leading environmental, social and safety standards within the sector and by doing so is able to provide discerning customers the assurance they require of the responsible journey their gemstones have taken from mine, to market. Gemfields also supports down-stream stakeholders in the marketing and selling of their cut and polished coloured gemstones via their portfolio of global sales offices. In 2013, Mila Kunis was announced as Gemfields’ global ambassador and continues to be the face of its advertising campaign, featuring exclusive collaborations with leading international jewellery designers. www.gemfields.co.uk

 

Rajendra Ganotra is the Editor of Spicy Stars Mumbai

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