Diamonds for Semi-Custom Morse Code Collection

$90

Interested in adding extra sparkle to your Semi-Custom Morse Code pieces? You're in the right place! After you've selected which Morse Code style you'd like and entered your chosen inscription in the notes section at checkout, it's now time to add your diamonds! Please note: only Morse Code Rings, Tie Bars, and Necklaces purchased in sterling silver or solid gold are eligible for diamond additions. Diamonds will not be set into brass morse code pieces, and any diamonds added to cart with brass pieces will be refunded.

Simply choose the letters of your desired inscription from the drop down menu. The symbols next to each letter represent the number of round or baguette diamonds we'll use to represent those letters. Rather than carving the line or dot to represent the letter chosen, we'll set round or baguette diamonds in the appropriate order to represent your chosen inscription.

One dot (•) = one 1mm round diamond 
One line (--) = one 1x2.5mm baguette diamond

ie for the letter A (-- •), we would burnish set one baguette and then one round diamond.

Please add the quantity of letters you need for your entire inscription. For example, if you'd like the word THEA encoded on your MC crescent necklace, you would add 1 T, 1 H, 1 E, and 1 A to your cart. Or, if you'd like MFM encoded on your ring, you would add 2 M and 1 F to your cart.

Diamond additions for Morse Code pieces are available on our Morse Code Bar Necklace, Crescent Necklace, Cross Necklace, and Ring. Semi-Custom Morse Code bar and crescent necklaces can accommodate up to four letters. Rings can accommodate up to three letters depending upon ring size. Cross Necklaces can accommodate up to two letters. Tie Bars can accommodate up to seven letters, depending upon length of the letters. Numbers are too long in morse code to fit and cannot be accommodated on our pendant necklaces, rings, or ear climbers. We're happy to accommodate numbers in morse code on our bangles and cuffs, without diamond additions.

All Semi-Custom Morse Code Collection pieces are hand carved out of wax by Mary Frances and cast into solid sterling silver or 14 gold using the lost-wax casting technique.

Our semi-custom Morse Code Series is the perfect way to customize your jewelry - simple, unique, and oh so subtle. Morse code is a sweet reminder to the giver, receiver, and wearer of each bespoke piece.

All custom pieces are made to order and ship within 3-4 weeks of order date.

Handmade in the US by Mary Frances Maker

*Images shown are digital mockups; items and colors may vary in person

FINAL SALE

SHIPPING

All in-stock orders placed on maryfrancesmaker.com are shipped via your choice of USPS First Class Mail (only available for orders containing 1-2 items), USPS Priority Mail, UPS Ground, or UPS 2nd Day Air. All Semi-Custom Morse Code Items, Rings, or 14k Gold Pieces are made to order and will take up to five weeks to arrive at your door. All shipments are fully insured with tracking available. The customer is responsible for all shipping costs. Orders ship out of our Charleston, South Carolina, studio within one to three days of order placement (if it is a stock item) and can take anywhere from two to four days to arrive at your door. Please reference the table below in deciding which shipping option is right for you. Mary Frances Maker is not responsible for shipping delays once a package has left our care.

USPS First Class: 1-5 days of shipping time
USPS Priority Mail: 1-3 days of shipping time
UPS Ground: 1-5 days of shipping time
UPS 2nd Day Air: 2 days of shipping time 

IN STOCK

We strive to keep the website fully stocked and up to date. If an item is in stock, it will ship within 72 hours of order placement. If an in-stock item will not ship within that timeframe, we will let you know as soon as possible about any potential delays. All rings and custom items take several weeks to create, process, and ship. You will receive an email notification when your order has shipped regardless if it is a stock or made-to-order item.

SALES TAX

Mary Frances Maker charges Sales Tax for any orders shipped to an address in South Carolina. Orders shipped within South Carolina will be charged the statewide sales tax rate of 7%. We then remit this payment directly to the SCDOR. Mary Frances Maker does not charge a sales tax for orders shipped outside of South Carolina.

PAYMENT

Mary Frances Maker accepts the following credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. Mary Frances Maker also accepts payments via Paypal and Apple Pay.

Your credit card and/or Paypal or Apple Pay account will be charged at the time you place your order. You will be asked to provide your credit card number, expiration date, security code, and billing address.

SEMI-CUSTOM & CUSTOM ORDERS

Custom orders, including all morse code pieces and men's custom cufflinks, may take up to five weeks for delivery from the time of order confirmation. An order is considered confirmed once we have communicated with the customer that your requested item is able to be produced and is in production. Custom orders cannot be cancelled once production has begun. Custom orders placed on maryfrancesmaker.com may not be refunded, returned, or exchanged.

To ensure you receive your gifts in time for the holidays, please refer to the following table. Christmas is Friday, December 25, 2020. Hanukkah begins Thursday, December 10, 2020.

Item If ordering for Christmas, order by If ordering for Hanukkah, order by
Custom jewelry

Monday, November 9th

(get in touch by this date - any deposit invoices will need to be paid by November 13th. Custom orders will not be accepted in 2020 after this date.)

Monday, October 26th

(get in touch by this date - any deposit invoices will need to be paid by October 30th.)

Semi-Custom Styles

(morse code jewelry & birthstone jewelry)

 Wednesday, December 2nd

Monday, November 16th

Made to Order Styles

(all 14k gold pieces, sets & stacks, anything that is not currently listed "ready to ship")

 Friday, December 4th

Friday, November 20th

Ornament Engravings

(ornaments will be available until inventory runs out but personalized engravings will not be available after this date)

 Monday, December 14th

Monday, November 30th

Ready to Ship Styles

(with standard USPS First Class Shipping)

 Friday, December 18th

Friday, December 4th

 

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Small Business:

If you’re desiring to buy from a small business this holiday season, thank you! “We” are about as small as it gets. And by we, I mean myself, my husband, my dog, and the small family-run production team I work with in NYC. But truthfully, I (Mary Frances) am the one who answers every email, fills every order, takes every box to the post office, designs each piece, posts every picture to Instagram and Facebook, and these days, makes every ornament. I’ve got the most incredible support system, but when it boils down to it - you’re buying from me. You’re buying pieces that all hold a little place in my heart. Thank you for that, I promise never to take it for granted.

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Process & Pricing:

Some of you may know this. Some may not.

I make each and every design first by hand in wax. If it’s an organic piece of material such as birch bark or shells, I’m cutting the bark or cleaning and filing the shells so they’ll work for casting. I then send all the waxes and organic material to either my family-run production team in New York City or small team in Charleston. They cast every piece (turn the wax into metal), make a mold of it, and then send it back to me in mostly-finished condition. I clean up any pieces that need extra work, add chains, add ear hooks, and photograph and package them so they come to you wrapped up all pretty!

The companies I work with charge me for the metal and their labor. I’ve worked with these companies for years. They pay their workers fair wages and charge me fair prices. In order for me to keep doing this thing, I must add in a profit. But other than that, I do my very best to price each item fairly. Items are mostly priced based on the weight of the piece and amount of metal used. Silver is more expensive than brass. Gold is more expensive than silver. You’re paying for an item that has been lovingly made from start to finish in the USA with fair-wage workers and luxury packaging. Thanks for supporting us!

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