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Tigers fans can bring home the magic of baseball thanks to a new collection of jewelry from Rebel Nell made from material sourced from the team’s home dugout.

“The Dugout Collection,” produced in collaboration with the Detroit Tigers, includes items such as tie bars, cufflinks, earrings, necklaces and wine stoppers. Every item is made of materials that have seen two World Series, one All-Star Game and countless concerts and events, ensuring a bit of history in each piece. Proceeds from this collection benefit the Detroit Tigers Foundation, an affiliate of Ilitch Charities.

“We are excited to partner with the Detroit Tigers on this special collection to preserve a piece of baseball history and to bring a part of the game to the incredible fans of our iconic baseball team. The collection will support the Detroit Tigers Foundation and also create jobs for many women in Detroit through our mission at Rebel Nell,” said Amy Peterson, founder of Rebel Nell. 

Rebel Nell began in 2013 with the mission to employ women facing barriers to employment in Detroit, educate them on financial management, life wellness and entrepreneurship, and empower them to transition to a life of independence. The brand previously partnered with the Detroit Red Wings Foundation for “The Joe Collection,” a limited line of hand-made pieces created from paint fragments outside historic Joe Louis Arena.

The collection goes on sale Saturday, Aug. 1 at RebelNell.com and at Rebel Nell’s retail store in Detroit. For store hours and more information, visit RebelNell.com.