Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt tried to penetrate into the goldsmithery and gained success as ever. Inspite of the fancy snake-like design the precious products were conceived as beneficial project.
The celebs has cooperated with a top British jeweler Asprey to make a series of designs for everything from earrings, pendants, bangles, rings to a silver spoon and egg cup.
All the net proceeds will go to the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict, to which the couple has already donated $1 million via the Jolie-Pitt Foundation in June 2008.
For Jolie, 34, the inspiration for the collection was an obvious one. While she was expecting Shiloh in 2006, she was given a special gift — a protective snake ring. It was seen as a protector for mother and unborn child, and Jolie has come to view the motif as something of a family guardian. “Since then she has seen the snake symbol as a protective talisman for her family,” a source at Asprey tells reporters.
The series started out as something for children — 16-month-old Vivienne has already been photographed wearing bangles with the snake motifs– but has developed into the limited edition “Protector Collection” of high end jewelry and other luxuries, which does still include children’s items like a tooth box and silver egg cup.
The collection becomes available November, 17.
People Magazine has contributed to the report.
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