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Jeweller Kagi Shines For Child Cancer Foundation

Leading Jeweller Kagi Shines For Child Cancer Foundation

Leading New Zealand jewellery designer Kagi has joined forces with the Child Cancer Foundation to produce a stunning limited edition, handcrafted necklace, the sale of which will benefit the Child Cancer Foundation so that they can continue to support Kiwi families who are facing childhood cancer.

Kagi designer Kat Gee specialises in jewellery made from semi-precious stones, freshwater pearls and crystals, offering distinctive pieces to truly awaken any wardrobe. This exclusive necklace has all the hall marks of dramatic Kagi design coupled with her inspiration for creating something unique for supporters of the Child Cancer Foundation.

“I design my pieces using real stones and crystals so when worn against the skin, they bring energy and balance to body and mind,” says Kat. “The black onyx stone was chosen as it represents strength and provides support in difficult or confusing times, which I felt best reflected the Foundation’s Beads of Courage program,” she says.

Child Cancer Foundation Marketing Manager, Olivia Blaylock says, “We were delighted when Kat approached us to design an exclusive piece. The Child Cancer Foundation runs the Beads of Courage programme whereby each child being treated for cancer receives beads for each treatment they face, to make up their own unique strands of beads,” she says. “We feel that the inspiration behind the Kagi design symbolises the courage that children and families display day-to-day when battling childhood cancer.”

Kagi is synonymous with all that is fresh and cutting edge in New Zealand design, and the Child Cancer Foundation is always looking for new ways to support children and families facing cancer. The striking piece is available from April 16 at www.kagistyle.com and Trelise Cooper stores for a RRP of $350.00.

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