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Mantra Jewellery partners with charity Smart Works for 2017

Jewellery brand Mantra has teamed up with UK charity Smart Works for 2017.

Smart Works helps promote and support female self-belief in the workplace by providing clothes for interviews, styling advice and interview training to women in need.

To support the charity, Mantra Jewellery has designed a disc pendant in honour of the new partnership that will launch in April. The ‘Believe’ disc pendent will feature a lotus symbol and the motivating mantra, ‘Believe in yourself. We do.’ Mantra will donate 25% of the sale of each ‘Believe’ necklace directly to Smart Works.

Jo Stroud founder Mantra Jewellery said: “Mantra Jewellery is about positivity, self-belief and inspiration; while Smart Works gives women the confidence and self-belief, as well as the practical tools, to start a new chapter of their life. We are both aiming for the same things, so this partnership is very exciting for us both.”

Founder Jo Stroud established Mantra Jewellery in 2015, every piece of jewellery represents a mantra, intended to bring positivity and encouragement to the wearer.

Retail prices for the disc necklace will start from £35 for the sterling silver version and £55 for gold and rose gold plating designs. The ‘Believe’ disc pendant will be sold online via

In addition, Mantra Jewellery will also donate 300 necklaces to the charity over the next year, to directly support women using the service.



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