Everyday objects can define multiple aspects of our personality, by being practical, unique, and resistant to wear and can develop a time patina.
Pencil case or crochet hook case, reinforced on the edges, to keep it firm and flexible.
Interiors can be customized.
Keychain, far right, small text customizable, or see left, made with another leather, showing here is sturgeon. Hand painted maple leaf
Bracelet made with Kangaroo leather, it is 10 times stronger than regular leather, a piece of choice for everyday use. Size is made from your wrist measurement.
Bracelet is made from natural fibers used to stitch boots for cobblers, preserved with bees wax. Size is made from your wrist measurement.
Surf 'n' Turf kangaroo and Sturgeons leather braided. The Reverso bracelet for people traveling by the sea. 6 strands for the land and home and 3 strands for the sea and adventures.
Maple Leaf earrings, because the colours of harvest time are infinite, we enjoy the cooling temperature from the hot Summer, pumpkin spice, and the sound of leaves blowing in the air.
We can inhale Fall, all the best produce from Summer and a taste of early Winter frost. Using nickel free earring, all leaves are individually hand painted and referenced to real leaves from maple trees in my forest.
Pencil case, because we lose pens, and when we don't, we have no paper to leave a note, especially when it matters the most. This being more romantic and frank than an instant electronic message, you'll leave an unforgettable impression.
Lined with cork, a magnetic clasp, and a back pocket for your business card or dropped notes.
Here presented with an infinity pencil and two different fountain pens, one for a contract signature and another to let your oneself finally come through and complete that daunting, Hemingway-style book living at the back of your mind.
Write down your creativity now!
Corner page bookmark, because for some corning the page of an old book is a crime leading to hell
The accessories become part of us, not defining us, but as us defining them. Our entourage will see those objects as a remembrance of ourselves. We give accessories a purpose, a story, and some can define as a soul.
In Tibet, when monks are scrutinizing for the new Dalai-Lama they bring objects from the previous one and mix them with similar objects.
The young candidates, mostly children, have to figure out what they owned in their previous life. That is one certain test used to track back the new reincarnation of the passed Dalai-Lama. Below is an extract from the movie Kundun (1997).