Polly Wales auctions jewellery for charity

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Fine jewellery designer, Polly Wales, will auction pieces of her jewellery to raise money for Medecin Sans Frontiere.

Inspired by a recent Auction for Aid auction to which Polly Wales donated a few pieces in support of the Syrian refugee crisis, Wales has selected five further pieces to auction for charity via her Instagram page.

Starting Monday November 9, Wales will be auctioning one piece of jewellery a day for five days, including rough-luxe signature pieces such as her Rainbow Crystal and Confetti rings. This will create a chance for consumers to purchase a Polly Wales classic, with starting bids at just 50% of their usual retail price.

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In order to bid people need to follow Polly Wales on Instagram, look at her page each morning from Mon-Fri next week for details of the auction piece, and then bid by leaving a comment on the corresponding image.

Bidding will close on Monday November 16 at 8am.

The brand will then be in touch with all the highest bidder on Monday 16 regarding payment. VAT will be charged on the highest bid from UK and EU.

All profits will be donated to Medecin Sans Frontiere for their medical, disaster relief efforts and Mediterranean search and rescue operations that deliver aid to Syrians and Syrian migrants in the wake of the current crisis.

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