The quotation engraved here is attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson. Emerson became the leading essayist of his day, a poet, and a preacher in the second Unitarian Church of Boston in 1829. He became a central figure of the philosophical movement known as transcendentalism, which held that reality is essentially mental or spiritual in nature. Whatever Emerson's philosophical reasoning, this quotation about the value and meaning of self-reliance is truly an inspirational one.
The pendant is 3/4" wide includes an 18" chain. The bracelets are about 1/4" wide.
All designs are gift boxed. Story cards are included that provide detail about the history behind each piece.
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