Cover These jewellery brands are celebrating and supporting Pride Month (Photo: Courtesy of Awe Inspired)

These jewellery brands are not only celebrating Pride Month but they're also supporting organisations that cater to the LGBTQIA+ community

These jewellery brands are going beyond just offering rainbow-coloured pieces by also making sure part of their sales supports causes for the LGBTQIA+ community. 

From colourful earrings and tribute necklaces to stunning bracelets, these designs are perfect for showing off your pride.

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Lark & Berry

Lark & Berry is offering stunning multi-coloured pieces this Pride Month and pledges to donate 10 per cent of proceeds to Stonewall, an LGBTQIA+ global charity. The Veto multi-coloured elongated earrings come with precious stones—emerald, ruby, purple sapphire, blue sapphire, yellow sapphire and pink sapphire—that are gently cascading down like petals.

The other piece is the Veto multi-coloured necklace covered in various gems with a slash of cultured diamonds to finish. It can either be worn as a choker or as a long necklace. 

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Eden Presley

Eden Presley is releasing rainbow-hued jewels this Pride Month to support the LGBTQIA+ community and its allies who are making a statement about equality and inclusion. They will be donating 10 per cent of their Rainbow collection to The Trevor Project, an NGO that focuses on suicide prevention efforts among the LGBTQ community. 

Founded by Gwen Myers, the artful rainbow designs are complete with a hue of playful colours, mixed cut gemstones and designed to spread positivity and pride. The Rainbow Love Transformer comes apart under the first heart and can be worn as studs and a pendant. Choose between yellow, white or rose gold. Another piece, the Rainbow Collar features 1.83 carats of diamonds and includes multi-coloured gemstones arranged in signature Eden Presley fashion.

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Samantha Tea

Jewellery designer Samantha Tea channels her love for multi-coloured sapphires and rainbows. This allows her to create her own spectrum of colour and play around with the intensity of the gradient. Her rainbow jewellery pieces are playful, magical and inspired by the elements. The Revolution Drop earring in 18-karat rose gold features a perfect sphere encrusted with 205 rainbow sapphires and finished with black rhodium.

On the other hand, the Calista ring is inspired by the cross-section of a seashell and made of 18-karat rose gold. It's set with rainbow sapphires and a moonstone cabochon. Samantha will also be donating 10 per cent of her Rainbow collection sales to The Trevor Project.

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Awe Inspired

Awe Inspired launched a limited-edition Marsha P Johnson Goddess coin necklace with 100 per cent of the proceeds benefiting The Marsha P Johnson Institute. Marsha P Johnson was a fearless advocate for gay and trans rights and played a significant role in the Stonewall Riots in 1969.

The necklace is handcrafted and hand-polished in 14-karat yellow gold, sterling silver or solid 14-karat yellow gold vermeil with a 2 mm thick Marsha P Johnson pendant with a dynamic triangular base. You can also choose your own chain as well as the material.

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Temple St Clair

Temple St Clair is releasing a limited-edition rainbow sapphire Angel pendant to benefit The Hetrick-Martin Institute, an organisation that supports the young LGBTQIA+ community. From today through August 31, Temple St Clair will donate 30 per cent of sales to the organisation.

The 18-karat gold Rainbow Angel pendant is available in four sizes. It's modelled after the cherubs in the Sistine Madonna painting by Raphael. It features various gemstones including blue- and lavender-coloured sapphires to rubies.

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Greenwich St Jewelers

Family-owned, New York-based jewellery boutique, Greenwich St Jewelers is donating 10 per cent of sales from its Chroma Collection to Trans Lifeline, an organisation that offers emotional and financial support to trans people. The Rainbow Sapphire beaded necklace comes with beaded rondelles and though it may look simple, the stunning design is made of 14-karat yellow gold and sterling silver.

You can also get the Rainbow Sapphire hoop earrings that wrap your ears in a splash of colour that can be worn beyond Pride Month. It's made of 18-karat yellow gold and features sapphires and diamonds. Other pieces in the collection include the Rainbow Sapphire bracelet, Rainbow Sapphire beaded earring and many others.

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Los Angeles-based jewellery brand Eriness added a special sapphire rainbow necklace to their Resist collection to celebrate Pride Month. Eriness will donate 20 per cent of the proceeds to The Trevor Project. The Rainbow Pride necklace is covered in 14-karat gold and is mounted with various gemstones that depict the word, "resist". It can be worn in various lengths depending on your preference.

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