Angelina Jolie gifted Robert Procop’s Citrine Necklace to Smithsonian
Angelina Jolie Pitt, humanitarian and actress has donated an astonishing citrine necklace designed by Robert Procop to the Smithsonian’s National Gem Collection. Procop crafted a mesmerizing 18k gold necklace that features a sunny 64 graduated-in-size, bezel-set cushion-cut citrines along with a 177.11 ct pear-shaped citrine drop for the Museum’s National Gem Collection collection.
Angelina Jolie Pitt contributes the alluring sunny and radiant citrine necklace crafted by the designer Robert Procop to the Smithsonian’s National Gem Collection. The necklace, designed in 18k gold is embedded with 64 graduated-in-size, bezel-set cushion-cut citrines along with the mesmerizing 177.11 ct. pear-Shape citrine drops for the Smithsonian’s collection. Further, the necklace is designed with the collaboration of the humanitarian and actress, Angelina Jolie. The extraordinary Jolie’s Citrine Necklace exposed to view in the Janet Annenberg Hooke Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals this year on December, 11. The necklace complementing the beauty of orangish gems is kept with around 350,000 other mineral specimens and 10,000 gems. Jeffrey Post, the custodian, communicated the enchantment by stating in the media that this necklace is the first citrine jewelry in the Smithsonian’s National Gem Collection. The fashion and the style of Jolie collection were created by the Jolie Pitt in an endeavor to promote education as well as set up schools in jeopardizing “conflict-affected” countries through sales. Earnings are given to the EPPC “Education Partnership for children in conflict”, that erects schools for kids all around the globe, some of the schools are built in Afghanistan.