True Blood Actress Kristin Bauer Dons Jewelry for Whales

October 26, 2009

NEW YORK, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – Actress Kristin Bauer, best known for playing Eric Northman’s fashionista sidekick Pam in the HBO series, True Blood, is getting vamped out in jewelry created specifically to support IFAW’s (International Fund for Animal Welfare) campaign to protect whales.

Bauer’s necklace, part of The Fluke Collection, designed by Janet Cadsawan, was created to celebrate the environment and IFAW’s ongoing efforts to help whales flourish in their natural habitat. The collection is made in the U.S. and is cast in 100% recycled silver and gold with renewable south sea and fresh water pearls. 100% of the proceeds will benefit whale preservation through IFAW.

“Women want to adorn themselves with jewelry that stands for something. The Fluke Collection not only makes the consumer think about the environment, but the habitat of the whales as well. We’re all connected,” Janet Cadsawan said.

“All of my favorite possessions have a great story behind them,” said actress Kristin Bauer. “This jewelry may seem an insignificant way to address the issues facing whales, but it’s made from recycled materials, all of the money supports IFAW’s whale work, and I can wear it as an object that resonates with deep personal meaning. It ultimately reflects something I care passionately about, protecting animals. Plus, it’s gorgeous. I’m still a woman.”

The whale-inspired collection features silver and gold anchors and whale flukes available in pendants, lariats, necklaces, rings, cufflinks and bracelets from $60 – $500 at www.cadsawan.com/fluke.shtml and in select stores soon.

For more information about The Fluke Collection, please contact Debbie Son or visit www.cadsawan.com/ifaw.shtml.

About cadsawan jewelry + design www.cadsawan.com

Janet Cadsawan’s philosophy is that jewelry is magic adorned. She designs one-of-a-kind talismans, fine jewelry and supernatural baubles. Her pieces are showcased in both art galleries and fine jewelry stores. Born through her passion for nature and architecture, Cadsawan’s pieces are like miniature sculptures. She uses local craftsmen to create her jewelry and she continues to recycle her recycled metal for her collections. She is a lover of small and large animals and lives on a farm in Greenwich, CT.

About IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare)

As one of the world’s leading animal welfare organization, IFAW works from its global headquarters in the United States and 15 country offices to improve the welfare of wild and domestic animals by reducing the commercial exploitation of animals, protecting wildlife habitats, and assisting animals in distress. With projects in more than 40 countries, IFAW works both on the ground and in the halls of government to safeguard wild and domestic animals and seeks to motivate the public to prevent cruelty to animals and to promote animal welfare and conservation policies that advance the well-being of both animals and people. To learn how you can help, please visit ifaw.org.

SOURCE International Fund for Animal Welfare

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