Increase Your Support With a Rare Pendant!
Thanks to the generosity of Simply Majestic, this year you can own a Rare Zebra Pendant when you purchase a Majestic Box, which you will receive during Dinner in the Dark on October 19, 2019.
Inspired by the international symbol of rare disease, the zebra*, this year’s pendants are designed and hand painted exclusively for Sofia Sees Hope.
99 Majestic Boxes contain a unique zebra mother-of-pearl design with an 18-inch sterling silver cable chain. One Majestic Box contains a black agate zebra design pendant with an 18-inch sterling silver cable chain. When the Majestic Boxes are opened simultaneously during the event on October 19, the lucky recipient of the black pendant will win a stunning grand prize from Simply Majestic.
There are only 100 Majestic Boxes for sale — that’s a 1 in 100 chance of winning! You may purchase as many Majestic Boxes as you want – not only does it increase your support of our cause (thank you!), but they also make great gifts for the holidays.
If you can’t attend our event, ask a friend or SSH volunteer to receive and open your Majestic Box at Dinner in the Dark.
The Grand Prize
When the boxes are opened simultaneously at the event on October 19, the lucky recipient of the black pendant will receive this incredible his-and-hers set: for her, a custom-made beautiful Tanzanite and Diamond pendant, with a 1.27ct Trillion-cut Tanzanite surrounded by .25ctw in-round brilliant diamonds, all mounted in 14k white gold on a 16-inch 14k white gold chain and for him, a Gents Caravelle of New York sapphire-colored chronograph dial watch with stainless steel brushed band. The value of this package is $3,000
All proceeds benefit Sofia Sees Hope.
Donated pieces cannot be returned for cash or exchanged for merchandise.
*Why the zebra?
Medical students are told to look first for the most common diagnosis. That’s why in the 1940s, Dr. Theodore Woodward, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, told his students, “When you hear hoof beats, think of horses, not zebras.” Well, since we’re raising funds to treat rare eye disease, we want you to think of zebras, the international symbol of rare disease. And if you’re up for it, show off your stripes at Dinner in the Dark!