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AGMES Unveils ‘Symbols of Love’ Fall Collection August 28, 2023 (0 comments)


New York, NY--For the fall season, AGMES has introduced its “Symbols of Love” collection of jewels. “These carefully crafted works of art celebrate the connections that we uphold, care for, and support us,” founders Morgan and Jaclyn Solomon said.

All pieces in the collection are available in sterling silver gold vermeil. Some pieces include pearls.

Founded in 2016, AGMES combines sculptural forms and precious materials with thoughtful design and artisanal craftsmanship, creating pieces that are distinctive and enduring.

[Florence Earrings by AGMES]

AGMES has a unique approach to sustainability; each piece is made to defy trends and last for generations. Each piece is produced locally in New York with a team of artisans, which not only reduces carbon footprint but also supports and drives the local economy. In addition, all metals used in the jewels are recycled. Committed to reducing waste and a zero-waste approach, AGMES makes sure any scrap generated is returned to the suppliers for reuse. 

The company was founded after having been encouraged to do so by their late friend, Andrew. His initials combine with Morgan’s maiden initials to form the name AGMES. In honor of Andrew, whose life mission was to leave the world better than he found it, AGMES has committed to honoring his legacy by donating a portion of its online sales to nonprofit organizations. A new philanthropic partner is selected and highlighted every year.

This year AGMES has partnered with Moms for Moms, a 501 (c) non-profit organization dedicated to aiding single mothers in need through the monthly distribution of its signature Postpartum Recovery Care Kits and Newborn Baby Bundles. These care packages consist of pre- and post-natal essentials including diapers, wipes, hygiene items, infant clothing and more. With each online purchase AGMES donates $3 to Moms for Moms and allows for additional donations at checkout. Past partners have included The Youth Mental Health Project, ACLU, Kiss The Ground and The National Network To End Domestic Violence. 

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