Lily Cole aims to save the rainforest with new rubber jewelry line

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AFP RELAXNEWS Model Lily Cole wearing one of her natural rubber pieces for Sky Rainforest Rescue. Related Stories Hillary Clinton takes pantsuits jokes in stride as Oscar de la Renta receives Founders Award at Council of Fashion Designers of America gala British model and environmental campaigner Lily Cole has teamed up with Sky Rainforest Rescue and fashion site StylistPick.com for a new jewelry collection made with natural Amazonian rubber. She is one of the world’s most famous models as well as an actress and environmental campaigner. Now Lily Cole has entered the world of jewelry design working with the Sky Rainforest Rescue campaign, a project created by broadcaster Sky and the environmental charity the WWF to help to save the Amazon rainforest.
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Rubber and metal rings from the Lily Cole collection.

Just about every piece of jewelry has resale value, whether it’s in perfect condition or not (even some costume “in demand global brands” like Chanel or Hermes are wholesale fashion clothing bought, but CIRCA typically buys real jewelry.). What if I haven’t worn it in a year (or ever?) Chances are good you never will again. Sell it. How do I know if what’s in my jewelry box is worth anything?
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Jade Jewelry Recreated From Ancient Mayan Culture

To give an idea of the value placed on finished jade jewelry, an imperial-jade ring with a beautifully polished stone set with diamonds had a price tag of $6,500. A small orange-jade ring was $2,900. A bracelet with cabochon-cut jade of various colors cost $2,600.
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