Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Supporting Families of the Fallen

Every year, the Mr. and I attend a formal dinner/fundraiser for S.A.F.E. (the Surviving Spouse and Family Endowment fund).  

S.A.F.E. is a fund which provides scholarships and/or financial assistance to the families of Firefighters, Police Officers or EMS Personnel who have been killed “in the line of duty.”  


So, in addition to it being a great cause and a fun time, it has also been an opportunity for me to design my own little collection of jewelry to wear especially for the occasion.  

BUT - This year is a little different.  I've decided to offer a special "Supporting Families of the Fallen" necklace with approximately $25 of each necklace going to benefit S.A.F.E.  The necklaces are 18" long made from .925 sterling silver with either a sapphire (Police Version) or ruby (Firefighter Version).  


The Police Version featuring a 3 carat natural sapphire & sterling silver "dot" on an 18" sterling silver box chain.
All handmade, no two will be exactly alike.  Additional "dots" can be purchased for $3 each.

(For more information about, or to purchase, our "Supporting Families of the Fallen" necklaces - from which Inspired Antiquity will make a donation of $25 per necklace to S.A.F.E. for every purchase - please see my Giving Back page.)

All the money raised will be donated to S.A.F.E. at the 2015 Annual Policeman's Ball.

This is the Firefighter Version featuring a 3 carat ruby, sterling silver
initial "dot" & 18" sterling silver box chain.

Each necklace is for sale through Inspired Antiquity for $75 including shipping by emailing me at inspiredantiquity@yahoo.com with your mailing address and preference (Police or Firefighter version) or by remitting payment directly through Paypal to my email address.  Each necklace is handmade by me upon order.  Please specify if you prefer the Firefighter or Police version.




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