Semi Colon Necklace

Rated 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


Plain and simple semi-colon necklace made from sterling silver

The semi colon project was created to raise awareness for people struggling with depression, anxiety, self-harm and suicide.

The project encourages people to draw a semi colon on their wrist as a reminder that it is okay to ask for help when struggling with mental health problems. Since the project has begun many people have decided that they want to wear the symbol permanently in the form of a tattoo. The choice of a semi colon may seem arbitrary to everyone but the most studious grammar wizards, but when you break it down it is a very simple and powerful choice.

A semi colon is used when a person could have chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to.

This is our message to all people suffering with their own personal demons and mental health issues. We salute your strength and perseverance.

Also available as a ring

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4 reviews for Semi Colon Necklace

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paula Cobbledick

    Love the semi colon

    • jewellerybyjanine

      Thanks! We love it too!! 🙂

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Lynette Hart


    • jewellerybyjanine

      Thanks Lynette!
      We love it too.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    As soon soon soon as I can, I am going to myself one of these!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    I’m just wondering if you’re donating any of the profits of your semicolon range to mental health organisations? It just seems to me that it is a very important project and that profiting out of it is tasteless. Your jewellery is gorgeous and my intention is not to be negative, but mental health is very close to my heart – as a doctor who suffers treatment resistant depression herself. I have the funds to get help, but mental healthcare is the worst funded sector of health in South Africa and millions of state patients are seen by very few available psychiatrists, and even fewer public psychologists, which makes supporting mental health organisations very important.

    • jewellerybyjanine

      Hi Megz,

      thanks so much for your feedback – we do in fact donate a portion of the profits to the SAFMH.(Please see the link below)

      This cause is incredibly close to Janine’s heart – as she herself has dealt with many of these issues.
      Please feel free to mail us directly with any further questions.

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