Sale of Jade Bracelets and Sapphire, Emerald & Diamond Ring to Benefit Hannah House

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Percentage of sale of two jade bracelets and a righthand gemstone ring to benefit homeless women and children of Hannah House in Washington, D.C.

Maurice Goldman Fine & Estate Jewelry announced that 10% percentage of the sale of two jade bracelets and a righthand precious gemstone ring will be donated to Hannah House for Homeless Children and Women in Washington, DC.

"As a mark of respect toward all women, those who can afford life's luxuries, and those who struggle, we are donating 10% of the ring sale to Hannah House, a refuge for homeless women and children", stated Maurice Goldman Fine & Estate Jewelry spokesperson, Judith Isaacson.

With a 2.65 carat marquise sapphire in a vivid blue surrounded by a deep green emerald and a lively brilliant on either side, the 18 karat yellow gold ring is a stunner. The mix of strong colors, blue, green and flashing white in a yellow gold setting is at once contemporary and remininiscent of art deco jewelry.

The jade charm bracelet has six unique carved jade charms suspended from the jade bead bracelet. The charms are hand carved, each one a unique piece of art. The bracelet is composed of jade in varying shades of green and 8.5 mm beads. The second jade bracelet is composed of red, green and black jade 8.5 mm beads.

"When the jade bracelets and the ring are sold, the donation will be executed seamlessly via, the eBay Giving Works organization", explains Isaacson.

Maurice Goldman Fine Jewelry & Estate Jewelry displays hundreds of fine jewelry items in its online store

With over 300 precious gemstone and cultured pearl jewelry items offered, including art deco vintage brooches and pins, signed designer pieces, and vintage fine jewelry from the 1940s and 1950s, the online catalog is an eclectic mix of exotic and unique luxury bijoux.

About Maurice Goldman & Sons, Inc.

Under the present-day direction of CEO and president, Hector Goldman, this privately-held company was founded in 1910 in Antwerp, Belgium, and London, UK, by Maurice Goldman. Members of The Jewelers Board of Trade, and New York Diamond Dealers Club.

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