The paperclip isn't just an office staple. It represented unity and was a symbol of resistance during WWII. In the 1940's, citizens in countries under Nazi German occupation were not allowed to wear badges or pins representing national symbols so students in Norway chose to wear paperclips on their lapels and collars as a secret symbol of national pride. The humble paperclip brought people together in peaceful solidarity against Nazi Germany.
The bestselling Paperclip Necklace except half the size and now available as a charm bracelet. The mini paperclip measures 1/2" wide and 1/4" high. Choose between 6.5", 7" and 7.5" length. Each one is hand formed and unique. Part of the Hope and Unity Collection. Made in NYC. Available in Sterling silver, as seen here, 14 karat yellow gold and 14 karat rose gold.
Part of the Hope and Unity Collection, 10% of every purchase of Paperclip necklaces, Paperclip bracelets, Safety Pin bracelets, Safety Pin earrings and Modern Wings Necklaces will be donated to charity.
-sterling silver -Paperclip measures .5"X.25" -Made in NYC