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Cheryl HinesSeveral celebs have sat down to design some jewerly all in the name of cows. Jewelry designed by famous names such as Cheryl Hines, Patricia Heaton, Teri Hatcher, and Ray Romano are being auctioned off over at Charity Folks to benefit Heifer International.

The auction lasts until the 14th of this month. And it looks like you might just get a bargain. Most of the items haven’t even been bid on yet.

I’d never heard of this Charity Folks site before. They’ve got all sorts of Hollywood paraphernalia…again, mostly sitting there without bids, as far as I can see. You can pick up Montel Williams’ Prowler, formerly Lance Bass’s (he even signed it) for $30,000. Or attend a table reading of the Family Guy for just $1500…people are actually bidding on that one.

Charity auctions are great because you get cool stuff and wind up donating to charity all at once. Of course, if you prefer, just get your donation to Heifer and buy a family a cow, sheep, llama, goat, or even honeybees.

Via NJN

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