HEART FOR GIVING

ETHAN FISHER & DAVID GARDNER

Circle of Life



The Circle of Life pendant is now a part of a new collection we are launching, "Perennial." A portion of each sale will be donated to Kidz 1st Fund.

One and one-half carats of diamonds set in 18k white gold; the pendant is 30mm in diameter. Retail: $10,000

Available in 18k yellow gold with a single trilliant diamond. Retail: $3,800

Available in 14k yellow gold with a single trilliant diamond. Retail: $3,200

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Three quarters of a carat of diamonds set in 18k white gold; the pendant is 25mm in diameter. Retail: $6,000

Available in 18k yellow gold with a single trilliant diamond. Retail: $2,300

Available in 14k yellow gold with a single trilliant diamond. Retail: $1,960

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The Perennial bracelet is an 18k yellow gold cuff. Also available in 18k rose and white gold. Retail: $2,900

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The Perennial diamond bracelet is an 18k yellow gold cuff with one and one-half carats of diamonds. Also available in 18k white gold. Retail: $7,200

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DAVID GARDNER'S JEWELERS' 35TH ANNIVERSARY FUNDRAISER

Shining the Spotlight on Kidz 1st Fund

It is our tradition to celebrate milestone anniversaries with a philanthropic focus. We couldn'tthink of a better way to celebrate David Gardner's Jewelers' 35th anniversary than to raise money for Ethan Fisher and other children fighting Fanconi anemia.

Several months ago, our hearts were touched by Ethan Fisher's story and Kidz 1st Fund, a fund established to raise money and awareness toward the goal of finding a cure for Fanconi anemia. On October 18, we raised money for Kidz 1st Fund and raised hope for Ethan. It was a festive evening of fundraising, an evening full of memories we will cherish.

About Kidz 1st Fund:

Kidz1stFund was established by Jimbo Fisher and Candi Fisher to fund the fight against Fanconi anemia, a rare blood disorder that affects their son, Ethan. When they were told that Ethan had Fanconi anemia, their lives immediately changed. They wanted to know everything they could about the disease, but soon found that there wasn't much information available and that having a rare disease also meant that research funding was rare. That's when they knew they had to do something that would not only help their son, but also help the many others affected by Fanconi anemia. Over the past seven years, Kidz1stFund has raised 7.5 million dollars for research, encouraged people to join the National Bone Marrow Registry so that patients with FA and over 70 other diseases will be able to find their life saving match and has continued to raise awareness for the disease in the hopes of finding a cure. To learn more about Kidz 1st Fund visit:
https://www.kidz1stfund.com