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Gratitude Loop Chain

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Handmade in the United States by our partner whose mission is to focus on those battling depression and other mental illnesses by connecting them with support groups at behavioral centers, psychiatric and rehab clinics, and pediatric hospitals. With the purchase of this product one string of hope bracelet to someone battling depression or someone in need of inspiration.
With every item purchased with us, a tree is planted in partnership with the U.S. National Parks.
It is believed the first coins were struck in the seventh century B.C. by the Lydians, a people living in what is now modern-day Turkey. The principle behind the process was not all that different than the metal stamping that is done today. A die was created bearing the image of one side of the coin. Another image was carved into a stamp that was struck with a heavy hammer, creating a two-sided coin. These coins were usually made of metals like gold or an alloy of gold and silver.

Details + Dimensions

8" adjustable loop chain

antique gold
metals used may contain brass or copper

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There is always something to be thankful for.  What are you grateful for today? Handmade using the ancient folk art of metal stamping by artists working at Link of Hearts. Their mission is to focus on those battling depression and other mental illnesses by connecting them with support groups at behavioral centers, psychiatric and rehab clinics, and pediatric hospitals. With the purchase of this product one string of hope bracelet to someone battling depression or someone in need of inspiration.

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