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    A pair of gold hoop earrings with gold and silver beads and two charms, a gold heart and silver ribbon.

    Giving Earrings - Heart and Ribbon

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    Close up of a gold feather shaped pin attached to a pink Giving Shawl being worn by a blonde woman.

    Gold Feather Giving Pin

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    A ribbon shaped gold pin.

    Gold Ribbon Pin

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    A pair of gold hoop earrings with gold and silver beads and two charms, a gold and silver heart.

    Giving Earrings - Double Heart

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    A pair of gold hoop earrings with gold and silver beads and two charms, a gold moon and silver star.

    Giving Earrings - Moon and Stars

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    An adjustable gold chain lariat necklace with a silver ribbon and gold heart charm at the ends.

    Lariat Charm Necklace - Heart and Ribbon

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    A pair of gold hoop earrings with gold and silver beads and two charms, a gold heart and silver cross.

    Giving Earrings - Heart and Cross

  • A gold lariat necklace with a silver star charm and a gold crescent moon charm.

    Lariat Charm Necklace - Moon and Stars

  • Close up of a woman wearing a black leather bracelet with multiple paw print and heart charms.

    Charm Bracelet - Paw Print and Heart

  • Charcoal colored sherpa gloves with touch sensitive pads on the thumb and forefinger.

    Sherpa Gloves - Charcoal

  • A pair of black sherpa gloves with a touch sensitive pad on the thumb and forefinger.

    Sherpa Gloves - Black

  • Charm Bracelet - Moon and Star

    Charm Bracelet - Moon and Star

  • A pair of cream sherpa gloves with touch sensitive pads on the thumb and forefingers.

    Sherpa Gloves - Cream

  • Close up of a woman wearing a black top and a long gold chain lariat necklace with a cross and heart charm at the bottom.

    Heart and Cross Giving Necklace

Charlie’s calming paintings mirror the joy of his imagination. Born with Down syndrome, he stresses the importance of seeing him first as a person, then an artist.
-Charlie French