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Opal and sapphire earring – a new piece complete. This single stud was handcrafted from 18ct yellow gold and set with three white opals from Andamooka in South Australia and a blue sapphire from Tasmania. I collected all four gems on my recent trips to both Andamooka and Tassie!

Here’s another photo of this beauty, which has found itself a home!

Marina Antoniou, Making the Invisible, Heart Foundation, Womens Hearts, Heart Necklace

I am so honoured to be part of this powerful piece for the National Heart Foundation’s current campaign ‘Making the Invisible Visible‘. This video which you will see on Foxtel during the month of June shares an incredibly important message delivered by real women (including myself) who have experienced cardiovascular disease in one form or another.

This month the National Heart Foundation are encouraging us all to draw a heart on our bodies to help make heart disease in women, visible. It’s crazy to think that heart disease is the single biggest killer of Australian women, yet public awareness is extremely low.

Heart disease does not discriminate, so this month let’s shine the spotlight on womens hearts.

Visit my online store to purchase your very own ‘From the Heart’ necklace or head www.invisiblevisible.org.au to find out more about how you can protect your heart.

 

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Opal and sapphire earring – a new piece complete. This single stud was handcrafted from 18ct yellow gold and set with three white opals from Andamooka in South Australia and a blue sapphire from Tasmania. I collected all four gems on my recent trips to both Andamooka and Tassie!

Here’s another photo of this beauty, which has found itself a home!

Marina Antoniou, Making the Invisible, Heart Foundation, Womens Hearts, Heart Necklace

I am so honoured to be part of this powerful piece for the National Heart Foundation’s current campaign ‘Making the Invisible Visible‘. This video which you will see on Foxtel during the month of June shares an incredibly important message delivered by real women (including myself) who have experienced cardiovascular disease in one form or another.

This month the National Heart Foundation are encouraging us all to draw a heart on our bodies to help make heart disease in women, visible. It’s crazy to think that heart disease is the single biggest killer of Australian women, yet public awareness is extremely low.

Heart disease does not discriminate, so this month let’s shine the spotlight on womens hearts.

Visit my online store to purchase your very own ‘From the Heart’ necklace or head www.invisiblevisible.org.au to find out more about how you can protect your heart.