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"angelbones - for Angela who had bone cancer – was conceived to give Angela something to occupy the free time that was once busy with work and running a family; bone cancer sometimes makes these ‘everyday’ tasks, ‘impossible’ chores but making angelbones jewellery become a fulfilling activity that wasn't too physical, but very rewarding.
Soon, other patients asked to be involved and the result is a range of handmade jewellery that has real meaning.
You can be assured that all Angel Bones jewellery is proudly and lovingly created by people who have come to realise just how precious life and time really is.
Each piece has been handmade with appreciation and gratitude for the time they take and gives our angelbones makers, a bit of pleasure and dignity in producing an item that is truly unique and beautiful ... just like them!"
Helen Tooley, sister of Angela. A donation is made to cancer charities from every piece sold.