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Irish jewellery designer MoMuse launches special edition 'Hope' pendant in support of Pieta House


An Irish jewellery brand has devised a special edition pendant, and will donate 100% of the proceeds to a worthy cause.

MoMuse has unveiled the limited edition pendant - which will support Irish suicide and self-harm charity, Pieta house.


The delicate gold piece will be accompanied with a keepsake card inscribed with the message, 'Let Hope Rise and Darkness Tremble'.

The glistening piece itself is also engraved with the word 'Hope'.

Pieta House CEO Brian Higgins said that the organisation was "delighted" and "thankful" to MoMuse designer Margaret O'Rourke for coming up with the idea.

"It’s reflective of the services we provide all of which are underpinned by the key theme of hope," he said. "Our vision is a world where suicide, self-harm and stigma have been replaced by hope, self-care and acceptance. It’s through initiatives and support like this that together we can achieve this goal."


Margaret O'Rourke and Brian Higgins

Margaret added, "Sadly, suicide and self-harm are issues which affect almost every Irish family. Pieta House empowers people through generating hope and through creating acceptance – my wish is that this pendant can in-turn inspire hope in others too; be it a symbol, a special reminder or simply a sign of support.” 

The pendant will retail at €65, with all proceeds going directly to the charity.

Pendants can be worn reversible and special request personalisation orders can be made for initial engravings to either side for an additional cost. The Hope pendant is available in the MoMuse store in Dublin 2's Powerscourt Town Centre.

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