Savage Sam

Description

Savage Sam is brutal, fearless and a bit malicious. He will wrap you around his finger in the blink of an eye. Not just once, not twice, but thrice: with his towering height, with his deep voice and with his piercing gaze that sees right through you. Sam has got a 3 mm g-shackle (15 x 10 mm) and a 4 mm round rope.

Pig & Hen bracelets are handmade in Amsterdam, using authentic ship rope carrying on a Dutch legacy. They are meant to survive a lifetime, are stronger than steel and will age with you.

In the early 1600’s the Dutch were the leading nation sailing out to unknown parts of the world, with the biggest naval fleet the world had ever seen. With some serious sea legs, they discovered new lands, different ways of life but also ran into some big obstacles along the way.

To protect themselves against bad luck the men had a tattoo of a pig and a hen on their feet. It was believed it gave the sailors the ability to survive when they had to abandon ship. The sailors felt they would be able to find land, just like the Pig and Hen who were kept in wooden crates and thus floated, and would let the tide bring them home

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$80.00 Excl. tax

    • Free delivery anywhere in Canada on orders over $200
    • Ships from our store in downtown Toronto.
    • 14 days return policy*
    • Shipped today? Order within: Mar 01, 2024 17:00:00 -0500

    Description

    Savage Sam is brutal, fearless and a bit malicious. He will wrap you around his finger in the blink of an eye. Not just once, not twice, but thrice: with his towering height, with his deep voice and with his piercing gaze that sees right through you. Sam has got a 3 mm g-shackle (15 x 10 mm) and a 4 mm round rope.

    Pig & Hen bracelets are handmade in Amsterdam, using authentic ship rope carrying on a Dutch legacy. They are meant to survive a lifetime, are stronger than steel and will age with you.

    In the early 1600’s the Dutch were the leading nation sailing out to unknown parts of the world, with the biggest naval fleet the world had ever seen. With some serious sea legs, they discovered new lands, different ways of life but also ran into some big obstacles along the way.

    To protect themselves against bad luck the men had a tattoo of a pig and a hen on their feet. It was believed it gave the sailors the ability to survive when they had to abandon ship. The sailors felt they would be able to find land, just like the Pig and Hen who were kept in wooden crates and thus floated, and would let the tide bring them home

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