Personalised Morse Code Beaded Necklace | Custom Words
Product Code: ST-N-267 Quantity: 0 in stock
Create your own unique secret message with this personalised beaded Morse Code necklace.
Your Morse Code message is created using stainless steel beads for the dots and coloured beads for the dashes. I currently have black beads available. If you are interested in different colours other than black then please contact me to discuss the colours you are interested in.
Choose to create initials, a name, a date, or a specific word/phrase that has an important meaning for you. Each necklace comes with a card that details the message and its Morse Code equivalent. Interested in other Morse Code items? Then please view my Morse Code collection.
How To Order:
- Choose your Morse Code message. It is possible to include numbers and punctuation in your message (see the fifth photo for a list of characters that you can choose from). Enter the specific message required in the text box - your message can be up to 20 characters in length. If you require a longer message then please contact me before purchasing to discuss your order customisation.
- Choose the style for your Morse code message. You can choose to have the beads slide freely on the cable chain (see the third photo) or have the beads fixed in place (see the first photo). For messages of more than one word when fixed has been chosen, a word spacer will be used between any words (see the fourth photo).
- Choose the necklace length. Available in several different sizes (18" is the standard length).
- Dot beads - 2x3.5mm - stainless steel
- Dash beads - 3x4mm - glass seed beads
- Lobster clasp - 9mm
- All the metal used in this necklace is stainless steel.
- Message card details your message and its International Morse Code equivalent.
- Packaged in a cardboard gift box that is made from 100% recycled card.
Extra Product Information:
- I try to print separate words of the Morse Code message on different lines on the card. However, if space is limited and more than one word is on the same line, then / shows where one word ends and a new one begins.