Pearls of Good: Posh Jewels for Japan Relief

Four months later, Japan still needs our help.  If you missed the t-shirts and texting opportunities to support the victims of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami, it’s not too late to jump on the bandwagon.

Japan’s premier luxury jewelry brand, Mikimoto is keeping their commitment to this cause by introducing proudly introduces a new pendant to aid the rebuilding efforts in Japan.

Featuring the Akoya pearl, the iconic Japanese gem, and inspired by the Japanese flag, the pendant features a 7.5mm Akoya cultured pearl along with a disc of red enamel set in sterling silver. Its design and simplicity create a fashion thatsimplicity create a fashion look that can be worn every day.

The pretty little token of charity isn’t a cheap buy. It’s going to cost you a pretty penny retailing for  $290. But it is worth it as all of the net proceeds will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross to benefit the cause.

“As a company deeply rooted in Japan, Mikimoto bears a special responsibility to aid in the relief efforts.  This pendant gives us an opportunity to keep attention on an important cause that will need our assistance for a long time,” remarked Mitsuhiro Mitsui, President & CEO of Mikimoto (America) Co., Ltd.  ”We are proud to donate net proceeds from these necklaces to help those in need.”

Pick up your pendant in New York, Beverly Hills, South Coast Plaza and Las Vegas, as well as online at mikimotoamerica.com/.

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