It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not

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This necklace/wrap around bracelet/anklet uses international Morse code to spell out a quote

“It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not”

Length: 90 cm

A Morse Code necklace with a secret phrase or message that only you will know. It is a beautiful and simple piece for everyday wear and a subtle way to keep a favorite quote, and inspirational mantra or a motivation phrase close all day long.

This delicate necklace can also be worn around the wrist as a motivational bracelet.


The necklace is handcrafted using a plum nylon thread and convenient snap closure.

It features golden tube glass beads alternated with round seed beads in matching color, and with black seed beads as spacers, that make the morse code message really shine.

Makes a perfect gift

A perfect gift for birthday, holidays, anniversaries, farewells, congratulations, it is thoughtful and personal and will be treasured for a long time to come.

Our morse code necklace comes combined with a decipher card, a clear protective bag, and a jewelry pouch, all ready to be gifted.

Morse code

Morse code is an alphabet in which letters are represented by combinations of long and short signals. Each character is represented by a unique sequence of dots and dashes.

Each round iris bead represents a dot, each long iris bead represents a dash; every single golden bead signifies the space in between each letter, and 6 golden/1 luminous beads signify the space between each word.

Take care

Always store it in a cool, dry place. Keep the jewelry away from makeup or lotions, body oils, and other chemicals, including household cleaners. Never spray perfume directly on your jewelry. For light cleaning, gently polish with a soft, lint-free cloth (this will help to avoid scratching).

Additional information

Jewelry type

Necklace / wrap bracelet


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