- 14k recycled yellow gold
- 5mm "stitch"
- 16" long chain (adjustable to 15" and 14")
- Made in NYC
Inspired by the typically “feminine” cross-stitch, which has become a mechanism for quiet social protest, and a vehicle for the assertion of feminism. This necklace is subtle, but no less powerful, and both a great every day option as well as a base for layering your favorite pendants and charms.
We’ve taken control and are doing things our way - that means that we’ve cut the middlemen so that we can sell directly to you at real prices, and in turn do more for the causes that we support.
10% Give Back
Each quarter we aim to highlight a new cause that we are passionate about - from civil rights to environmental issues. We aim to shed light on what's going on, show ways people can get involved, and raise funds for the cause - donating 10% of all sales to the chosen organization.
Current Organization: Cultural Survival
Their Mission: Advance Indigenous Peoples' Rights and Cultures Worldwide.
Sustainably Made in NYC
We are a small, women-run business, designing our jewelry in our NYC studio and manufacturing locally by artisans in the city’s Diamond District. We proudly work with local family businesses and small makers to help keep our local industry alive and thriving.