One of my favorite jewelers, the always elegant Temple St. Clair has, for years, had a series of medallion-like pendants embellished with her three signature granulated beads. Now she's turned her style into a charity effort. The Temple St. Clair's Special Edition Harvest Pendant benefits Services and Food for the Homeless, a non profit organization providing food and assistance to the homeless in New York City. The 18K pendant is available in white or yellow gold and sells for $550. Temple St. Clair's book, Alchemy - A Passion for Jewels, is included with every purchase of this pendant.
Andrea Candela's limited-edition "Pink Ribbon" collection is made with sterling silver, enamel and stainless steel. It includes a bracelet for $50 and two pendants accented with a pink ribbon, for $100 each. A portion of each sale will also be donated to the Komen foundation.