About Morse Code

Why did we choose to use Morse Code?

We love the history of New York because we were founded here. Samuel F. B. Morse helped establish Morse Code while residing in our great city. We liked the idea of mixing jewelry and history. Learn more about Morse Code at the bottom of this page,

International Morse Code can spell out a word without using any characters or symbols from traditional established languages. For example, the word “meditate” can often be symbolized using the “Om” sign, but that symbol has deep connection with Hinduism. Since we respect all cultures, religions, and schools of thought, we wanted to offer an inspirational and meaningful type of jewelry that all people could keep close to their hearts. Morse Code is a universal language that speaks – in dots and dashes – to everyone.

It’s beautifully simple, and every word has its own unique combination of dots and dashes. Our jewelry looks beautiful on all skin tones and body types. It is simply elegant, and can be worn for any occasion.

What is Morse Code?
Developed by Samuel Morse and others in the mid-1800’s, International Morse Code represents the alphabet as sequences of short and long “dots” and “dashes.” It was used worldwide to deliver messages over long distances, and it was the standard communication method at sea until 1999.

Fun facts:
-Samuel Morse studied painting in Europe, and he was one of the USA’s foremost portrait painters.

-The first message sent in Morse Code was “What hath God Wrought” on May 24th, 1844, sent between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.
-In 1826, Morse helped found the National Academy of Design in New York City, and served as its president for many years.
- Samuel Morse is buried in historical and beautiful Green-Wood Cemetery, located in Brooklyn, NY.

Samuel Morse was a fascinating historical figure. Learn more about him from this book


from Wikipedia.com


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