Why not make your Morse Code necklace even more personal by choosing the gemstones used to spell out the message you are sending... just choose the message you would like, then choose the two different gemstones from the drop down menus above. If you would like to buy this as a gift for someone, I am happy to send it to them for you – a lovely way to let someone know you are thinking of them.
As with the other Morse Code necklaces, yours will be finished with a sterling silver T-bar clasp. It will come with the two cards detailing International Morse code on one and the message and gemstones used on the other as well as one of my Morse Code gift boxes.
Message choices are
An angel watches over me - Follow your dreams - Follow your heart - Friendship is everlasting - I love you Be mine always - Live every day with love
I only have a limited stock of these beads and will confirm by email that I have enough stock for your necklace before your order is confirmed.
Once your order is confirmed it will be ready to post within 5 working days.
Necklace lengths are approximate as the beads are not all exactly the same size.
Gemstones have natural differences of colour zoning which I have shown in the strands pictured, although I do try and ensure that stones used within a necklace are all a similar colour as far as I possibly can.
I love the idea of jewellery having a special meaning or a sentimental connection for the wearer. I was thinking about Morse Code one day when I was working with these rectangular beads (don’t ask why, I can’t remember but my mind works in strange ways…) and I realised that, combined with their matching round beads, they looked like Morse Code…
Alternating the gemstone as the letters changed allowed me to differentiate between the letters, then I chose some phrases which I felt would work for this collection.
I also loved the idea that the wearer knows what the message is but to anyone else it is just a necklace, making it very personal. To add to the fun I decided to include two cards with the necklaces – one details the message and the gemstones used, the other just features the International Morse Code and allows the recipient to decipher their message, starting at the straight part of the clasp (like the edge of a page) and ending at the round part of the clasp (like a full stop). The final touch is a dark blue gift box with my Morse Code logo on the front.
This collection first came to life in the early 2000s and is being bought out of retirement because I think it is the perfect way to let someone know you are thinking about them in these difficult times. I hope that you find a message that means something to you.