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Morse Code Dainty Stone Necklace // Teacher

Morse Code Dainty Stone Necklace // Teacher

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TEACHER To teach is to touch a life forever.  This 14k gorgeous, dainty gold-filled necklace spells TEACHER in Morse Code. It’s perfect to wear every day layered with other necklaces or as a stand alone piece! We are so grateful to teachers who make a difference in the lives of students every day! Let a special teacher in your life know how much you care with this gorgeous necklace!  We’d love to hear what your jewelry means to you. Share your story and photos with us!  @ethicgoods How to read your necklace: A Morse Code dot is one bead and a dash is two beads in the alternating color. Start at the first bead and follow the Morse Code spelling around the necklace! Details * 14k gold filled chain  * Adjustable chain | 16.5-18.5 inches * Features tiny Aquamarine & Marble semiprecious stones * Handmade in Thailand by women who are survivors of human trafficking * Decode it: a dot is one bead, a dash is two beads!
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    Ethically Made

    Our stance on ethically made comes down to the simplest goal: empower people and stand for what’s right. Any products made outside the US are fair-trade certified and any products made in the global north are made by independent artists and small non profits.

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    We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainable business practices, whether that’s our Kraft recycled bags or the sustainable practices our vendors follow. We’re doing our best to be good for Mother Earth.

  • Inclusive Community

    Inclusivity is at the core of what we do, whether it’s size, gender, sexual orientation, or race, we are welcoming with open arms. Our store is a safe space for all.

  • Empowering Women

    Women are overlooked in countries in the global south, meaning they are the first to end up in poverty, unless they have a son to take care of them. But giving handouts isn’t what we do, we purchase our goods from women who’ve been empowered to make their own money!