To Thine Own Self Be True Necklace
Know who you are and what you believe. Life will become so much more simple.
From William Shakespeare's Hamlet: "To thine own self be true."
Hamlet has been performed more often than any drama, and is widely accepted as Shakespeare's masterpiece. Like a mirror, it reflects the concerns of each generation who perform it, making the play relevant in endlessly new and different ways. It offers eloquent insights into many aspects of life but perhaps the most important is the struggle to find the truth in one's own life, one's own path. As a necklace it is a continual reminder for a graduate of any age in any aspect of life.
- Sterling Silver
- Craftsman made
- Includes a storycard explaining the history or derivation of the inscription or symbol.
- Mobius Shape - named after the German mathematician, August Ferdinand MÌÎå_obius [1790-1868]. It represents the seeming paradox of a plane without end, or one of infinite length.
- Mobius diameter: 1"
- Chain length: 18"
- Made in the USA
At Orangefish, we believe life is all about the journey, and every journey should be filled with amazing adventures and escapades that you may or may not want to write home about!
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