Alicia Niles: Morse Code Necklace, Pink & Orange


Every necklace holds a secret sentiment spelled out in Morse code. Samuel Morse, an American Artist and inventor is credited with inventing the single wire telegraph which revolutionized long distance communications. Morse also developed a code assigning dots and dashes to each letter of the alphabet to allow for the transmission of messages. This necklace features dots of die cut leather and dashes of handcrafted glass beads in vibrant colors on an adjustable leather cord to spell out a secret message: "Forever Young."

Dots measure approximately .75 inches wide and dashes are approximately 1 inch long.

Alicia Niles is a native of Venezuela who now lives in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She finds inspiration for her colorful jewelry designs from the natural world around her, from her passion for gardening, and from her love of the sea.

Artist/Designer Alicia Niles
City Hamilton, ON
Country Canada