Gemfields Am­bas­sador Mila Ku­nis De­signs Ring For Char­ity

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Hol­ly­wood star Mila Ku­nis has part­nered with Gemfields and Ital­ian jew­eller Ma­rina B to cre­ate a spe­cial emer­ald ring that hon­ours moth­er­hood and also gives back. Crafted in 18-karat yel­low gold, and fea­tur­ing a Gemfields Zam­bian emer­ald with the sig­na­ture Ma­rina B cut, the ring of­fers a mod­ern de­sign at a more ac­ces­si­ble price point. “We are very ex­cited about the new Mila ring, as it will in­tro­duce the iconic Ma­rina B style to a new gen­er­a­tion,” said Paul Lu­bet­sky, CEO of Ma­rina B. “While we cre­ated it for Mila in cel­e­bra­tion of Wy­att’s ar­rival, this is the kind of ring any woman can wear.”

All of the prof­its from sales of the $4,800 ring will be do­nated to the Nkana Health Cen­tre in Zam­bia, where the Gemfields mine is lo­cated. Funds will be used to up­grade the hos­pi­tal’s fa­cil­i­ties and build a ded­i­cated ma­ter­nity cen­tre.

Ian Hare­bot­tle, CEO of Gemfields, added, “Hav­ing worked with Ma­rina B on a pre­vi­ous col­lec­tion of emer­ald jew­ellery, it was only nat­u­ral that we would col­lab­o­rate on a piece for our brand am­bas­sador, Mila Ku­nis, as she starts her jour­ney into moth­er­hood. Not only is the ring beau­ti­ful, but it fur­thers our com­mit­ment to so­cial re­spon­si­bil­ity.”

The ring is avail­able by spe­cial or­der at Ma­rina B’s 57th Street flag­ship bou­tique in New York, or through the Ma­rina B web­site at www.Mari­

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