Miriam Designs has one of the most touching stories I've heard from a local start-up in a long time. Owner Gracie Moakler met a recovering addict named Ronza in the grocery store. Inspired by her story, Gracie immediately stamped "hope" onto a hammered copper necklace and gave it to her. Little did she realize this one act of kindness would be the beginning of something remarkable. As the company grows, these Nashvillian women find redemption and further recovery making jewelry for Miriam Designs, utilizing skills taught by Gracie. I feel very blessed to wear one of their creations, the adorable Anika Necklace. Thank you so much. Handmade & Hope-filled Goods.