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nora fleming Releases Second St. Jude Collectible

Tableware maker nora fleming has announced the release of its second collectible in its partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. The company says that $16 will be donated to St. Jude for each piece sold.

Unfortunately, neither nora fleming nor St. Jude made images available for us to share but you can see the newest piece in the collection in this screenshot, taken from the company’s website:


St Jude collectible from nora fleming
Screenshot of nora fleming website, with photo of the latest St. Jude collectible taken February 11, 2019 by Lisa Barger.

Called “minis”, the items in this series are tiny ceramic decorations that are intended to simply sit on the rim of a dinner plate or other table item. The first mini in the collectible was released last fall and was designed to resemble the red wagon that families use at St. Jude.

The second, and latest, collectible is named “lots of love” and is based on a double turquoise heart design inspired by the artwork of a teenaged St. Jude patient named Alexia. Alexia, says the hospital, has sickle cell disease and has been a patient at St. Jude her entire life.

“When my brother and I founded the company we said that it was the result of pure love,” said nora fleming founder Nora Fleming in the press release announcing the new piece.  “All of our products are designed to bring joy to every table and event so it made sense for us to help spread some of that joy to the families at St. Jude.”

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