Auction: Necklace designed by True Blood’s Kristin Bauer van Straten [Books Fighting Cancer]


Care A Little More necklace - Cadsawan/BauerSure, this is Books Fighting Cancer, but we can say this gorgeous necklace still falls in the “books” category tangentially. It’s designer, Kristin Bauer van Straten plays Pam on the HBO series True Blood, based on the novels of Charlaine Harris. See, books?

Kristin and her jewelry-making partner Janet Cadsawan have donated the Care A Little More necklace – which retails for $148 – to the Books Fighting Cancer campaign.

The necklace is made of silver and bronze. Here are the specs:

  • Silver Two-Sided Toggle “Care a Little More” &” Kindness * Compassion”
  • Bronze Tree of Life Pendant 1″ | 2.54cm
  • 18″ L | 46cm L sterling silver chain
  • Bronze “X” .75″ | 2cm
  • Blue Topaz Drop

Donated by: Janet Cadsawan, Kristin Bauer van Straten


In the comments section below, leave a message with the amount you are bidding (in U.S. dollars, please). Please only pledge an amount you are able to commit to.

Make sure to check back on your favorite items, as the post will be open to new bids through 11:59 p.m. CST on Saturday, June 23.

Upon close of auction, you will be contacted by Chelsea from Vampire Book Club (check those spam filters) and alerted to your winning status and provided links for payment. (You will pay directly to the Barrow Foundation, and share the receipt with VBC.) If payment is not made within 72 hours, we will contact the second-highest bidder and so on.

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13 Responses to “Auction: Necklace designed by True Blood’s Kristin Bauer van Straten [Books Fighting Cancer]”

  1. Catherine Evans says:

    This is gorgeous. $50

  2. Amy K says:

    Love! $60

  3. Amy K says:

    Love it! $60

  4. Ashley Darling says:

    Beautiful! Will cherish forever! $100

  5. Marcia K says:

    Inspiring! $125

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  10. Deborah Biggerstaff says:


    I lost my dad to cancer in January of 2003 This is such a great thing you’re doing. XO!

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