While a jewel is usually the star of an accessory, a piece’s links can steal the show. Paul Smith’s “Love You” bracelet is held together with gold colored letters, including a stunning burgundy enamel 'O.’ From its recently updated Serpenti collection, BVLGARI features an incredible snake-inspired bracelet held together with links made of pink gold and grey mother of pearl with round brilliant cut diamonds.
Italian jeweler Bulgari celebrates one of its most iconic design motifs with a walk-through spiral exhibit at The Shops at Crystals. The SERPENTI Collection presents an extraordinary set of snake bracelets, belts, necklaces, watches and rings. Comprised of 18K white gold with diamonds and emeralds, the Serpenti watch coils around the wrist in a seductive and tantalizing manner. Embracing and beautifying the neckline, the Serpenti necklace dons 18K pink gold with rubellites and diamonds in an elegant fashion.
Harry Winston, Inc., the American fine diamond jeweler and watchmaker, has selected Keep Memory Alive to be a recipient of the new Harry Winston Hope Collection™ Bracelet, which was developed to support leading charitable organizations. Only 15 of these exclusive bracelets have been produced.
As part of the Harry Winston Brilliant Futures Charitable program, Harry Winston will donate 100 percent of the $2,500 retail sales price from each bracelet to seven organizations nationwide, including Keep Memory Alive in Las Vegas, where bracelets will be available in January 2013. The limited-edition bracelet, only 15 have been produced, feature a sleek white gold and engraved mother-of-pearl design set with a delicate Winston diamond at the center.
Support from sales of the bracelet in Las Vegas will enable Keep Memory Alive to develop a lecture series featuring Cleveland Clinic brain health experts discussing how lifelong healthy lifestyle choices impact brain health.
For more information on supporting Keep Memory Alive by purchasing a Harry Winston Hope Collection Bracelet, please contact the Las Vegas salon directly at 702.262.0001.