Jewellery brand Lola Rose London has unveiled their latest launch, a rainbow gemstone HOPE bracelet, £25, to thank NHS workers for everything they have done and continue to do throughout the pandemic. All profits from sales of the bracelet will be donated to NHS Charities Together in loving memory of the father of founder Nikki Gewirtz who sadly lost his life to COVID-19 in April.
Founder Nikki says, "My dad was my hero. From the very beginning of Lola Rose, he was there to help and support me and was always incredibly proud of everything I, and the company achieved. Sadly we lost him to COVID-19 at the peak of the crisis. We were unable to spend time with him during his last days due to the rules of isolation, but it gave me comfort to know that he was being looked after by the incredible staff of the NHS. We will always be so grateful for the dedication, professionalism and care of these frontline warriors. They are our new heroes. I wanted to create a Lola Rose piece that not only celebrates the life of my wonderful dad but also helps support the work of the NHS Charities Together. It's a very personal piece for me, but also how we at Lola Rose want to acknowledge the brilliant frontline medical workers. Profits from this bracelet, in its rainbow semi-precious stone colours of hope, will be donated to the NHS Charites Together. Thank you to them, and thank you dad."
These adjustable bracelets feature quartzite stones in crimson red, tangerine, lemon, aqua sky, grass green, azure blue and sugar plum shades and would make fantastic gifts for bridesmaids.
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