Check out all of our Seneca-inspired products.
Seneca Jewels are inspired by the laws of physics and the natural world. Designer Charlotte Kruse created them in Seneca blue, raw brass, gold tones and molecules to capture the clean, yet complex style that embodies The Seneca Society itself.
This striking choker embodies what the world is made up of: molecules and compounds. Flashes of raw brass contrasts with the depth of Senecan blue in the center hexagon crystal, refracting light into a calming spectrum. You see how the world works.
Molecular structure and symmetry. Hex within hex within hex. Lightweight and easy to wear, but a true statement of the depth of your Senecan knowledge.
Keep it simple and fierce with this hand knotted cobra style friendship bracelet with brass hex connector. Wear it alone or layer it with other friendship bracelets.
Keep it real a la Doro and Reba when you rock these three retro friendship bracelets. Two wrap style in the Seneca colors and one hand-knotted to take it super old school.
Flex your Senecan sophistication with this titanium coated hematite bead suspended within a double hex dangle earring.
Delicate golden textured wires wrap around your wrist in a subtle interlocking hexagon cuff. It’s dainty and feminine, but strong.
A fully adjustable satin cord holds a delicate 1” open hexagon on your wrist. Is this what your flexer would look like?
Simple. Low-key. A hex on the finger of your choice.
The powerful symbol of Seneca is a bold, iridescent, blue-hexagon crystal bead suspended within a 1” open hex on a golden ball chain.
Adorn your neck with the flash of a brass hex suspended between dainty antiqued chains. Keep it subtle, but signal to others that you are in the know.
We are thrilled to offer this limited-edition "Welcome Citizen" Vanilla Chocolate bar in collaboration with the Mast Brothers.
This simple, yet complex bar is made with Milk chocolate blended with whole Bourbon vanilla beans.
Ingredients: 60% cacao, cane sugar, cocoa butter, buttermilk powder, vanilla beans.
Cacao origin: Madagascar