Through the recovery process, survivors are learning to Raise the Bar of their self-worth and striving to become more than what they settled for. This bracelet is made from an antique copper chain with a silver brake line bar. It has an adjustable bead clasp that slides to fit most wrists.
Mend on the Move is a non-profit social enterprise that employs survivors of abuse in Metro Detroit. They create jewelry that provides them with an income while in recovery. The jewelry is made from salvaged auto parts and car seat leather interiors, symbolic of serving women locally in the "Motor City"
We do not have control over the color supply. Colors may vary depending on leather availability. Pieces are handcrafted individually so designs may slightly vary.