Toni Lynn Jewelry prioritizes responsible sourcing and the use of conflict-free, high quality materials. All of the designs are thoughtfully brought to life by a skilled team of master jewelers.
Toni Lynn Jewelry is a fine jewelry brand with heart. Each piece is designed and made with love in Chicago. I launched the brand in November 2023 as a way to honor my incredible mom, Toni, my wonder woman. She was a true warrior in her four year fight against pancreatic cancer. Though she was taken from us way too soon, I am forever grateful for the time I had with her. She taught me everything – how to love, how to be strong, and most importantly how to live!
When she passed away, my two sisters decided to get tattoos to honor her. Getting a tattoo after the loss of a loved one can be a meaningful way to keep them close. I desperately wanted to find a way to honor my mom and keep her close, so I started designing fine jewelry. Special, everyday pieces that carry meaning and memories. They were made to be worn daily and admired often, like a tattoo. Every piece of jewelry tells a part of my story and my hope is that I can help you tell yours. They should serve as reminders to make memories, to celebrate all kinds of love, and that no matter what life throws your way - you got this! This one’s for you Momma!
With the most love,
Karli Finkelstein (FKA: Fabric)
We are incredibly proud to continue my mom's fight against pancreatic cancer by donating a percentage of sales to The Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation. This is a foundation near and dear to our hearts as they became an amazing resource and support system upon my mom's diagnosis. They provided education and connections that helped my mom and our family navigate the journey in front of us. They also made us feel like a part of the family by introducing us to a network of people who had been affected by this disease. My mom became an advocate speaking on panels, leading DASH teams, fundraising, and connecting with patients and doctors on her good days. When we'd ask her what she was fighting for, her answer was always "a cure". Well mom, we're still fighting and we'll keep fighting in your honor so that one day we can live in a world without pancreatic cancer.
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