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Marriage Equality now has its very own wedding ring
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Marriage Equality now has its very own wedding ring

LAST UPDATED // Tuesday, 22 April 2014 16:36 Written by // Andrew Shaw

Australian Marriage Equality now has its own special ring. The ring, designed by Nadia Neuman from Australian jewellery group Mondial, is available in 18 carat rose, white or yellow gold, 9-carat gold or silver and ranges from $300 To $1,900.

All profits made from the sale of the Australian Marriage Equality ring will be donated to Australian Marriage Equality and contribute toward continued lobbying and education of equal marriage rights in Australia.

The ring is exclusively available for sale online at www.eternalbymondial.com.au and in both exclusive Mondial boutiques- Mondial by Nadia Neuman in the prestigious Strand Arcade and Mondial Pink Diamond Atelier in the historic Queen Victoria Building, both in Sydney.

Nadia Neuman said: "As a group Mondial has always been very supportive of equal marriage rights and we have a cherished and growing customer base from the LGBT community. We are naturally, very excited to play a part in this amazing initiative.

“Jewellery often holds a sentimental meaning and I would like those who purchase an Australian Marriage Equality ring to be able to look at it in years to come and be reminded they contributed to marriage equality in Australia becoming a reality.”

Sydney marriage equality campaigner MP Alex Greenwich said he supports the project.

“This ring provides marriage equality supporters with a meaningful way to express their support for this important reform,” Greenwich said. “It is a wonderful symbol of love and commitment.”

Australian Marriage Equality national director Rodney Croome thanked Nadia Neuman and Eternal by Mondial for generously donating the proceeds of the ring to the marriage equality campaign.

"We are very grateful for this support, particularly when it involves such an important symbol of love and commitment,” Croome said.

A red carpet event will be held Tuesday, April 29 in the iconic Strand Arcade to celebrate the launch of the Australian Marriage Equality ring with MP Alex Greenwich expected to say a few words and ARIA Award winning artist Sarah McLeod to perform.

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Andrew Shaw

Andrew Shaw

Andrew Shaw is editor of Queensland Pride.

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