Memo Necklace/Charm (Letters A-Z)
Memo Necklace/Charm (Letters A-Z)
Memo Necklace/Charm (Letters A-Z)
Memo Necklace/Charm (Letters A-Z)
Memo Necklace/Charm (Letters A-Z)
Memo Necklace/Charm (Letters A-Z)

Memo Necklace/Charm (Letters A-Z)

$48.00 USD Regular price
Unit price per
This item is currently out of stock but you can still buy it now, just expect a bit longer than usual to get your hands on this little beauty.

A delicate little letter to represent whomever or whatever you it your own namesake, your favorite person's or something close to your heart.  Select the letter of your choice (A-Z) and if you desire more then one letter on a necklace please contact us for a custom version - we're happy to accommodate!  

You can purchase the full necklace (chain & charm) or just the charm!  If you want to pick a different chain (length or style) you can choose from our other chains here.  We also offer custom length chains - just email us!

  • Letter charms measure roughly 1/4" long
  • Available in letters A-Z (some letters may be temporarily out of stock)
  • Gold-fill pendant
  • Chain measures 16" long
  • Gold-fill 1.1mm chain & clasp
  • Handmade in Seattle

Our Sustainability Practices

We believe it’s our responsibility to our planet to be as low-impact and sustainable as possible. We’ve worked hard and are extremely proud of the results of our efforts.

Recycled Metal Content

Nearly all of the metals that are used to make our jewelry come from a recycled source. Whether it be a stud earring, a jump-ring on a necklace or the plating that is on a bracelet, we’ve worked to source recycled and responsible materials.

Zero-Waste Manufacturing

Our production studio in Seattle is a zero-waste facility. We take great effort and pride in making sure that materials that are normally considered unusable by manufacturers find their way into hands of those who will use them. Whether it be recycling our scrap metals, sending small bits of gold that we have gathered for years to be re-processed or donating components to local schools who teach jewelry classes.