Shakespeare Möbius Sterling Silver Bracelet
A piece of one of my fave sonnets (fans of the movie "Sense and Sensibility" will remember that Willoughby and Marianne read it together when they first meet): "Let me not to the marriage of true minds Admit impediments. Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove: O no! it is an ever—fixed mark That looks on tempests and is never shaken; It is the star to every wandering bark, Whose worth’s unknown, although his height be taken." From the website: William Shakespeare and August Möbius—what unlikely colleagues. And yet their work meshes seamlessly in this sterling silver bracelet. The poem is Shakespeare’s (the first eight lines of Sonnet 116): it’s gracefully engraved on a Möbius strip, a sort of twist without beginning or end, discovered by the eponymous German mathematician. Together, they’re a mathematically poetic ode—via a graceful, comfortable adornment—to infinite, unending love. THIS IS PERFECT!
Sir Alistair Rai Shiney Mobius Scarf in White/Tan with Sequin Detail as seen on Lindsay Lohan
This handmade ring is so stunning. I just bought it in gold and absolutely love it. Delicate while still being completely modern, this wisp of gold or silver wraps about your finger three times. Don't be afraid of its subtle appe... This handmade ring is so stunning. I just bought it in gold and absolutely love it. Delicate while still being completely modern, this wisp of gold or silver wraps about your finger three times. Don't be afraid of its subtle appearance, this ring is super sturdy and expertly handcrafted by Marjorie Victor.
Yes, the blue putty grip exerciser is fun, but this mobius shape is so much more elegant. In orange and pink.