Black Author's Bracelet Collection (4)
Don't want to choose? Get the entire limited edition Black Authors Bracelet Collection:
1) Ms. Angelou's Many Roads Traveled Bracelet: This bracelet is named for Maya Angelou and represents the many roads she traveled: artist, performer, author, legend. Bold, yet comfortable, this bracelet is like two in one and is designed to make a statement while being easy to wear. Constructed with natural materials sourced from the African diaspora, it loops around the wrist twice. It allows for lots of styling and choice without the hassle of a clasp!
2) Baldwin's Black Pearl: James Baldwin’s writing pierces the soul and while he demanded racial justice to the wider world, he wrote Black stories for Black people. Known to wear a single black pearl over his tie, this bracelet is constructed for an author who always wrote outside the lines. Constructed with classic materials, it is designed to sit just below the wrist.
3) Langston/Hughes Wandering: What do we know for certain about Langston Hughes? He was a prolific writer of the Harlem Renaissance. That his poem "Harlem" is read by almost every American school child. But what about his life? Hughes kept us all at a distance wandering the world learning himself. This bracelet constructed with wood and tiger iron, presents just that: what we see and what we cannot fathom.
4) Ms. Morrison's Recitatif: Named for her only short story, the Ms. Morisson bracelet speaks to her simple complexity. Her stories are written for and about Black people and as such reveal the diaspora as anything but a monolith. She tells stories that unfurl with each reading. Known for wearing understated colors, she allowed her words to name and define her. This bracelet constructed with jasper, agate, and recycled glass, is meant to do the same.
This set will be custom made to size for the recipient. Please indicate when ordering. Expect shipment up to 7 days after order.