Made in Britain
can be personalised
All great love stories start with a Love Letter, shared secretly between two hearts. Your message translated into morse, s only you know the true meaning. This whimsical precious vintage style charm marks that special moment, captured in Fine Silver to relive and treasure forever.
An original design, hand sculpted by Melinda Mulcahy, and beautifully presented in a gift box tied with ribbon. Customise the finish, made to order for you unique style.
The Love Letter envelope is sealed with a heart on the front with a kiss. Stamped on the back, your personal message in morse code, there is only enough room for 3 words, stamped on one side only. The one shown says "I love you". Melinda will translate your message into morse code, so please provide message in english.
Tactile, weighty and textured, charms measure approx 27mm x 19mm, please allow for slight variations.
Sold as a single love letter charm with hole and soldered jump ring, or completely customise it onto:
18inch short ball chain necklace +£ 12 with trigger clasp
Fashionably long 92cm cable chain necklace +£18
On a keyring +£14
On a bangle 6.5cm diameter x 3mm thickness +£14
On a charm carrier to add to your "Pandora" style charm bracelet +£10 (picture shows the bracelet and other charms, not included)
Add finishing touches with a choice of a wild rose charm, gemstone, pearl or cyrstal.
These Love Letters are shaped a little wonky and oxidised to look as though it's been through the postal service! Small imperfections will show in the patina which adds to the handcrafted shabby style, a guarantee no two are the same.
Each charm is made from a 100% recycled .999 Fine Silver precious clay product, (purer than .925 sterling silver) not cast or sheet metal. The clay is stamped with your personalisation, not engraved, so the indentation will last. Each one takes between 2-3 days to handcraft, over 8-10 processes and lots of elbow grease.
Personalised items are non-refundable, as I am unable to sell your personal message on to someone else.
Love Letters in morse code© by Melinda Mulcahy, UK. All rights reserved.