Australian sporting legend, Jana Pittman supports the Diamond Guild Australia fundraising, limited edition pendant for Beyond Blue. As proud members of the Diamond Guild Australia we are one of the limited suppliers of this lovely pendant.
- white & rose 18ct gold
- all white 18ct gold
- white & yellow 18ct gold
Jana is a passionate advocate for mental health who has been personally affected by depression and the loss of close friends, she recognises the importance of increasing awareness, opening doors to conversations and fundraise for Beyond Blue. Beyond Blue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age or wherever they may live.
These pendants are $4,950 AUD which includes a donation of $2,000 from each pendant to Beyond Blue.
The Hope Will Catch the Tears Pendant was crafted in 18ct white and rose gold with melee diamonds and adorned with a single diamond teardrop in the centre. The centre pear shaped diamond is .23ct & 27 small diamonds equaling 40 points in total. All the diamonds are F-G colour & VVS-VS clarity. Price includes 45cm 18ct white gold chain pictured.
Every aspect of the design takes into consideration the message of hope, from the use of rose gold symbolizing hope and rebirth, to the centre pear shaped diamond representing a tear with the hands below offering support. The pendant features an exclusive hallmark and a limited edition series number denoting its authenticity and limited quantity. Please note rose gold is also known as pink gold.
“I am really proud to throw my voice behind something that is inspired by my life experiences. I have been through very low periods in my life both with bouts of depression and eating disorders and have seen a number of close friends and family go through very similar experiences, even sitting next to quite a few friends who have made the call to Beyond Blue. I think the Hope Will Catch the Tears Pendant is a beautiful way to share a message of support for the cause.” Jana Pittman, Australian Olympian, Mother, Author and future Doctor.