By Michelle Graff
Looking for ways to pitch in for Haitian relief? Jewelry designers have been busy crafting new pieces for the cause.

Above: Ken and Dana Design
"Haitian relief b-side Rights necklace" in sterling silver; suggested retail price is $125. From Jan. 14-22, the designers raised $600 in necklace proceeds, which were donated to the Red Cross.


Above: Alex and Ani
"Cornelian Bracelet" with a cornelian stone and "Russian" or yellow gold finish plated over a brass-etched wire that adjusts and expands for a customized fit; available for $18, with 100 percent of proceeds to be donated to Doctors without Borders.

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Above left: Danielle Stevens
"Hope for Haiti" engraved necklace; available for $40, with 80 percent of proceeds from sales to be donated to the Red Cross Haiti Relief Operation.

Above right: Judith Kupperman
Commissioned by the Wayuu Taya Foundation, the brass "H" pendant is available in a gold finish with a green silk cord or silver finish with a brown silk cord, and can be either worn as a bracelet or as a necklace; available for $10, with all proceeds minus production, shipping and handling costs (approximately 20 percent) going to the building and long-term operation of an orphanage and school in Haiti.


Above: Whimsy/Whitten's Fine Jewelry
Trio of Valentine's Day-themed Murano glass beads, available for $75, with half of the purchase price to be donated to the American Red Cross International Response Fund. Available through Whitten's Fine Jewelry in Wilmington, Del., or online at


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