Luca + Dani sells beautiful jewelry. This beautiful butterfly bracelet is an exclusive design, available only through Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
The founder of Luca + Danni lost his younger brother to Leukemia. His brother always dreamed of evolving their family jewelry business by starting their own brand. The older brother left his career on Wall Street and created Luca + Danni in his memory. This partnership with Dana-Farber (where his younger brother was treated) is a way for him to give back – and he hopes others will as well.
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I love butterflies and this bracelet. It is sentimental for a reason.
My husband is a cancer survivor and one of his sisters unfortunately passed away from her cancer (different form). The fact that the proceeds from this bracelet go towards to the cancer institute has sentimental feelings for me.
Luca + Danni is the hottest new jewelry line. Inspired by Danny, who was a patient at Dana-Farber, this hand-crafted pewter charm bracelet is a wonderful gift for all ages and brings special meaning during the holidays.
Regular size is 7.5″ circumference. Small size is perfect for a child.
This bracelet is beautifully designed. The butterfly is detailed and is the center of the design. I love the hook clasp as well, this helps keep the bracelet secure and not fall off.
There is also a teddy bear design to pick from. Both come in either silver or gold bracelet, the charm is silver for both. This would make a great gift this holiday season. It would also make a great family heirloom to pass down to generations. Who would this be a perfect gift for this holiday season?
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