Stolen Sceptre has a novel approach to jewellery. Designer Chris Garrett believes in the talismanic power of jewellery not only to heal, but to reclaim something lost or taken from the wearer. To wit: STOLEN SCEPTRE can mean different things to each wearer. In general, it refers to something very special which was lost or taken, something life altering. It could mean the loss of a physical thing (an object, a fortune, a beloved friend, a cherished lover), or of intangibles, things we understand but others may not. Perhaps it involves an obstacle… an illness, sobriety or a goal yet to be completed. Great loss can be very sad, but it can also serve to strengthen our spirits, one of life’s most rewarding triumphs. Wearing a token from the STOLEN SCEPTRE collection is a remembrance of where you, the wearer, have been and how far you have come. It is a personal celebration, a reward. Though it can be given to you or by you, it is an intimate token, amulet or charm to remind each of us of the great power drawn from perseverance. GRIN AND WEAR IT!
He describes his Ancient Tablet Toggle bracelet this way: Broken free from any chains lately? This hip bracelet has text found on a Christian relic, which was expertly replicated and cast from recycled sterling silver. Possibly early Greek or Cuneiform…. Heavy tablet was welded to strands of vintage silver chains to construct this one of a kind unisex bracelet. Sturdy toggle closure. Tablet measures about 1 inch wide. Fits 8 inch wrists, but it may be custom sized upon request (fees would apply).
The piece costs USD $1,195.