A rare opportunity to own a piece of Scotland's fabric of a nation history!
Only available for order until the 14th December 2020, and we will do our very best to have this shipped in time for Christmas.
How do you place value on something that cannot be replicated.... that is how we feel about both the planet and all of its people. Together we all form the links in one chain, working together, going in the same direction and pulling each other along.
We have created a very limited batch release of 202 necklaces, all featuring 2 genuine chain links we have used to weave all of our tartans, plus the 100 years before we became custodians for our legacy looms. We believe in reuse, repurpose, recycle and rebel, this necklace has all of that!
Each worn link will have woven thousands of metres of tartan, and some well known tartans at that! The working ware eventually stretches the links holes making them not so kind to our looms, this stretch can make a shuttle flying at up to 100mph go a little off path.... So we will replace these links for another 100 years of weaving, and who knows another Limited Batch Release in 2120.
Each link will be truly unique, its ware, its marks and its own story to tell. Just like you! On one side your links will be personalised by laser with the two numbers of choice, along with the year of repurpose, 2020. Your number can be inspired lucky numbers, dates of significance or even GPS co-ordinates! It will also come with a certificate to validate that these are genuine worn links. The other side carries the mark of a tartan rebel, the iconic Prickly Thistle.
Link Dimensions - 47mm long and17mm wide
Chain Dimensions - 36" (90cm) long with 0.9" (2.4mm) diameter beads
Materials - both the link and chain are made with steel
Gift Box & Certificate - presented in our signature Black Box gifting with ribbon and certificate of authenticity.
PLEASE SPECIFIY YOUR PREFERRED NUMBERS IN THE NOTES BOX AT CHECKOUT, NUMBER RANGES FROM 1-99 ARE AVAILABLE FOR EACH RARE AND REAL LINK
Made by Tartan Rebels with purpose in the Scottish Highlands