This ring is our version of a semi-colon tattoo. Read below for more about the significance!
*Trigger warning:* After the loss of her father to suicide, Amy Bleuel started the semi-colon project. This project is an effort to destigmatize mental health. They chose the semi-colon to symbolize the movement because "a semicolon represents a sentence the author could've ended but chose not to." Many people have since gotten a semi-colon tattoo, frequently on their wrist, to spread awareness of the importance of taking care of your mental health and talking about suicide prevention.
- Handmade in Peru from .925 sterling silver
- Size 7
Our products are always fair trade, made in ethical working conditions, where our female artisan partners are paid 2-3x minimum wage plus health insurance and educational scholarships. Nearly all our products are made from recycled materials. We source all materials in the local communities where our products are handmade. This stimulates the local economy, and gives us the fun challenge to figure out how to work with foreign recycled materials.