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British jeweler Theo Fennell and his team spent six months crafting this one-of-a-kind piece, which features a miniature Stonehenge.
This year’s winner is a Los Angeles-based designer and jeweler.
With an initial $50,000 endowment, it’s named for Art Smith, the leading midcentury black jewelry designer.
It comes with three transformable “jacket” options.
The jewels feature diamonds from Russian miner Alrosa.
Roberto Faraone Mennella was the creative force behind the eponymous label based between New York and Italy.
All proceeds from the sale of the made-to-order piece will benefit the organization dedicated to fighting for justice for black lives.
The brand gave 100 nurses fighting the pandemic a necklace and created a video highlighting the efforts of individuals across the country.
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