14K Gold & Diamond Dancing Earth Necklace

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Our earth needs taking care of, and by wearing this necklace you will help remind people as well as directly impact the environment for the future of our kids.

Elliot Young is donating a percentage of every sale of this necklace to THE NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL (www.NRDC.org), an amazing org founded in 1970 which has extensive environmental outreach. They tackle issues ranging from climate change and wildlife conservation to food waste and renewable energy. Its diamond encrusted mini letters dangle and "dance" between 14K Beads on a delicate adjustable sparkly chain (16" or 18").

Approximately .22 Carats Diamonds, Made in the USA, comes in a logo gift pouch.

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Elliot Young Fine Jewelry

Elliot Young was founded by Jessica Elliot and Jennifer Young, who crossed paths years ago and share the same passion - Jewelry, being moms, and giving back. These two female entrepreneurs with 20 years of experience each in different areas of the jewelry world, joined forces to create a fashion-forward signature fine jewelry brand built on attention to detail and mixing metals and precious stones/Diamonds. Using these consciously sourced precious metal and stones, the jewelry is hand cast, fabricated and set piece by piece in downtown Los Angeles with love and commitment to quality.

Acutely aware of many youth crises affecting children today including, but not limited to, child abuse, trafficking, hunger, and physical/mental health issues, Jessica and Jennifer wanted to create a Fine Jewelry line that gives back as well. A portion of all sales are donated to various charities and causes that will help our children have a brighter future. In addition to donating a percentage of the proceeds, Elliot Young created a platform for others to give back as well. They donate to and partner with charities, schools, youth sports teams, sororities, and individuals.


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