The Tiny Hearts collection features an intricate heart motif and is manufactured in 18K gold, with and without diamonds. Whether you want to wear your heart on your sleeve or around your neck, Tiny Hearts is comprised of rings, pendants, and bracelets. The collection also includes a staple of the Gumuchian style with the station wrap necklace. Tiny diamonds are delicately set to accent the design. Each piece is crafted in their New York City atelier with fine attention to detail.
The Tiny Hearts Collection will honor the Babies Heart Fund within the Pediatric Cardiology Department at the Columbia Medical Center. Partial proceeds from sales will be donated to further their invaluable, lifesaving work.
Head designer Patricia Gumuchian knows the Babies Heart Fund’s mission firsthand. "They say cats have nine lives and humans one...Not quite true when you get a devoted team of doctors from Columbia Presbyterian to fight for your child’s life. My daughter Katya is onto her 8th life. After 2 open heart surgeries, 30 visits to the OR, 10 months in the PICU and seven cardiac arrests; with a team of 26 doctors, her life was saved. She went on to develop as normal a child as her twin. Graduated Valedictorian from her High School, went on to Harvard to earn a double degree and is now dedicating her time working for a nonprofit organization. I am proud of her accomplishments as she never takes a day for granted; she "earned" it! Of course, Columbia will always have a huge place in my heart."
Devoted to supporting vital research initiatives to help save and improve the lives of babies, children and adolescents with congenital and acquired heart disease.
All Babies Heart Fund
Contributions Are Used Toward
- Funding the innovative research being conducted by Columbia University Irving Medical Center physicians and surgeons to benefit pediatric cardiology patients across the globe.
- Transitional care programs for our rapidly growing population of young adults who require special expertise in both pediatric and adult cardiology care to help them navigate the health care continuum.