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"I have seen torque bracelet designs as a traditional style of bracelet in many cultures around the world. I present my own styles on the theme."

--Rachel Savané

"Torque: to twist or turn"

Celtic and Viking cultures twisted strands of metal together and then in an open circle with the ends fashioned into a design to be comfortable to put on and take off. Worn around the neck or arm or wrist, the torque design shows up in many cultures across the world. 

African torque bracelets caught my attention during the two and a half years I spent in Guinea as a Peace Corps volunteer in the early 1990s. I now make my own version of the style.

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RF Ring

RF: Reproductive Freedom! This ring is representing the need for autonomy in decision-making. The Center for Reproductive Rights fights for this freedom. I am donating 100% of profits from this ring to The Center for Reproductive Rights.

Let's make a difference and PLEASE vote for every candidate who represents this sentiment. If you need any information on how to vote in your area, message me for guidance on how to register and where your poling place is...confidentially.


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