The Alzheimer’s Association Oklahoma Chapter has partnered with world-renowned jewelry designer Valentin Magro to produce an exclusive collection of fine jewelry from which all profits (retail price less wholesale) go directly to benefit the Chapter. All items in the collection are specially priced and designed to showcase the Alzheimer’s Association logo, which represents the human component the organization serves – people with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers – and the science it advances. It is a visual symbol of our daily work in research, advocacy, education and support. Our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s.


Valentin Magro is a New York City-based jewelry designer who is known within the industry for his superb quality of material and workmanship. Valentin’s mother died from Alzheimer’s disease and he is very passionate about this project as a way of giving back to the Alzheimer’s Association. As a young man, Valentin apprenticed under and worked for some of the world’s most highly recognized jewelers in New York before starting his own design house. He was an in-house jeweler for Tiffany & Co., Harry Winston, and David Webb before going into business for himself. Today he is known for his successful custom design business as well as his repertoire of elegant handmade jewels. Valentin is unique – he is one of the few designers who also is an experienced master jeweler. All work is done on the premises of his own workshop by a highly skilled team of artisans that are trained personally by Mr. Magro and work under his close supervision.

For inquiries and additional information, contact us at info@heartsandmindscollection.com

For more information about the Alzheimer’s Association, visit alz.org/oklahoma.
To learn more about Valentin, his design process or his work, visit valentinmagro.com.