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Braille bracelets help to raise money for Sightsavers

February 2021
Three bracelets are stacked on top of each other. The design says 'love' in braille.

British independent jewellery brand Liv Thurlwell has launched a range of Valentine’s bracelets featuring braille writing, with a donation made to Sightsavers for every bracelet sold.

The handmade silver and gold bracelets are embossed with the word ‘Love’ in braille. They are priced between £140 and £190, with five per cent from each sale going to Sightsavers.

Inspiration for the collection came from a trip to Kerala in India before the pandemic. Sisters Kate and Liv, who founded the brand, discovered that many children in the region were blind. They decided to do some good on their return after being inspired by the joy and kindness they experienced during their trip.

To see the full Liv Thurlwell collection, visit www.livthurlwell.com. To support Sightsavers through a purchase, select the ‘Family First’ collection.

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