Rodney Atkins, Rose Falcon show off accessories by Stamford mother-daughter duo at CMAs

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Country stars Rodney Atkins and his wife, Rose Falcon, showed off accessories by Jewels For Hope — the Stamford-based company owned by Sandy D’Andrea and her daughter, Stevie — at the Country Music Awards last month.

“This is a big thing for a mother/daughter company from Stamford,” Sandy D’Andrea said in an email.

Atkins and Falcon aren’t the first celebrities to wear Jewels For Hope swag — actors Jennifer Love Hewitt, Chris Tucker, Khandi Alexander and Sarah Rafferty have all worn the mother-daughter team’s hand-crafted bling.

Jewles for Hope donates portions of their profits to local nonprofit organizations, including The Foodbank of Lower Fairfield County, Save the Sound and the Alzheimer’s Association.

Scott Gargan

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