Haute Obsession: Atlanta Based Jewelry Company, Limon Verde, Creates Puzzle Pieces for Charity

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When it comes to jewelry that has the power to change lives, many of us immediately think of engagement rings or a certain blue diamond sinking to the bottom of the ocean. Very rarely do we connect the ability to transform someone’s life with something as simple and delicate as a pendant designed to represent the complexities and mysteries of a disorder that effects three to six out of every 1,000 children born in the U.S. Luckily, the husband and wife duo behind Limón Verde, an Atlanta based online jewelry boutique well known for their unique handcrafted pieces, invested their Puzzle Piece pendants with that very ability.

In conjunction with National Autism Awareness Month, which happens to be this month, Limón Verde designer Kalen Trujillo has designed a beautiful sliver puzzle piece pendant to benefit the Madison House Foundation, an organization dedicated to building a brighter future for adults dealing with autism. Launched this month as a part of an ongoing initiative between Limón Verde and the Madison House Foundation, 100% of the proceeds from the purchase of each puzzle piece pendant will benefit Madison House. Crafted from silver by artisans in Colombia employing the same Filigrana Momposina technique used to create all of Limón Verde’s stunning pieces, this simple yet modern pendant is a welcomed addition to any jewelry box. At $66 per pendant, grab one for yourself and a few to give as gifts to the jewelry loving ladies with hearts of gold in your life.

To purchase a puzzle piece pendant or for more information on Limón Verde, please visit www.limonverde.com and while you are there be sure to check out Limón Verde’s full line of filigree jewelry, they weren’t handpicked to design pendant celebrating the 75th annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival for nothing. For more information on the Madison House Foundation and to see how you can give to the autistic community, visit www.madisonhousefoundation.org.

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