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Emily Blunt is Gorgeous in Pippa Small Jewellery and Kami Lerner at Gala



Emily Blunt Sparkles in Pippa Small Jewellery and Kami Lerner at MGH Cancer Center's One Hundred Gala

     Emily Blunt looks stunning in Pippa Small Jewellery and Kami Lerner at MGH Cancer Center's One Hundred Gala on June 6th in Boston, MA.  The actress wore the Gold Open Flower Studs by Pippa Small Jewellery and the Round Black Druzy Wire Wrap Ring by Kami Lerner to the event.

    Pippa Small Jewellery is by London based designer Pippa Small. Her line enables her to merge her two interests of jewelery and craft initiatives with indigenous communities. Pippa Small Jewellery's Turquoise Mountain collection was designed in Afghanistan along with the Turquoise Mountain Charity while drawing on traditional Afghan designs.  Money raised by the sale of the jewelry helps train and employ young women and men and gives them a hope for the future through Turquoise Mountain. Pippa Small Jewellery is available for purchase at www.pippasmall.com 

 Kami Lerner is a self-taught artist who uses her personal life experiences as a creative inspiration for her jewels. The L.A. native creates dainty jewelry that is both wearable and true to her L.A. roots. Lerner’s collection of wrap rings and necklaces give the line a perfect balance between modern and edgy. The collection provides pieces that can transition from day to night in any season. Kami Lerner is a popular line among Hollywood celebrities such as Emma Roberts, Nicole Richie, and Selena Gomez and is available for purchase at www.kamiart.com.


Pippa Small Jewellery Open Flower Studs  in 18KT Yellow Gold. $2100.00



Kami Lerner Raw Black Druzy Round Wire Wrap Ring. $138.00

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