With about 12 days left in the campaign, Idol Light has over 50% of their Kickstarter funded. Their jewelry is made from salvaged scientific glass found from cameras, spacecrafts, satellites, and even the moon. The colorful designs invoke the feeling of a power stone. They are otherworldly but also earthbound; not to mention incredibly stylish. A definite statement piece whether you are a man or woman. Here is a picture of some of the different styles and designs.
“By making a pledge you help us order materials in bulk and start production efficiently and cost effectively. You save money by backing us on Kickstarter. You will help create jobs, but most importantly, you will propel us forward.
At Idol Lights we believe that science is truth. It’s educational which in turn is empowering. The world today has people who don’t believe in science, who don’t value it, and even worse- who don’t have access to it.
Where Idol Lights as a personal reminder or as a statements of your beliefs. We see this jewelry as a celebration of the power within science and want you to literally radiate and project that positivity and empowerment in every direction.”
You are able to make a pledge without excepting a reward. However, there are many rewards you can receive depending on the amount you pledge. For a pledge of $50 or more, you can receive a mystery item/grab bag with the item being worth anywhere from $50-$100! A pledge of $85 or more you’ll receive the Petite Poly Necklace; a 4 carat faceted dichroic glass gemstone. This option allows you to choose if you want a leather cord or chain, the length of the necklace, and a care kit.
If you are feeling generous and empowered, you can pledge $212 with the reward being a Rhombus Ring. The Rhombus Ring is an 11 carat faceted glass gemstone set in sterling silver. You are able to decide what color you would like the ring and it comes with a care kit.
To learn more about Idol Light and the array of rewards check out their Kickstarter page.
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