Front & Center Necklace For Multiple Sclerosis Research With LabradoriteRegular price $105.00 Save $-105.00
The Front and Center necklace for Multiple Sclerosis Research with Labradorite is for women who want to be fashionable and support their favorite cause, not just wear a trendy necklace. This style puts your cause front and center. An elegant arrangement of small labradorite gems shine just above your collarbone to showcase a colorful pendant of a cell image encased in resin at the center.
Representing your favorite cause in an understated and sophisticated way, the Front & Center Necklace makes you feel confident and fashionable. But, you'll also know that you're doing your part in the fight against multiple sclerosis by spreading awareness & supporting important disease research.
The inspiration for this necklace comes from a cell image of multiple sclerosis, making it a unique and elegant way to spotlight your support for funding research and awareness. Paired with faceted labradorite gemstones to accentuate the light blue center pendant. The labradorite's subtle blue color seems like a perfect way to highlight the value of self-care that’s so important for any MS thriver. To read more about my inspiration, click here.
I USED THIS IMAGE TO CREATE THE FRONT & CENTER PENDANT. CAN YOU SEE WHERE IT COMES FROM?
10% of every purchase is donated to National Multiple Sclerosis Society to find solutions, research a cure and change the world for people with MS.
- Available in Sterling Silver
- Adjustable 16-18” chain
- Pendant measures: 3/8”
- Stones at center are faceted 3.5mm Labradorite
- Handmade in Redondo Beach, CA
- Model is wearing the Front & Center Necklace with the Unity Necklace & Earrings.
Revive and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society believe we're all united in our collective power to do something about MS now. For more about National Multiple Sclerosis Society, click here. For other style options- colors & causes- click here. Click here to shop the full Support Multiple Sclerosis Research Collection.
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