ABOUT US

OUR STORY

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THE TALISMANS

“Symbols are powerful because they are visible signs of invisible realities.”

More than jewellery, Thousand Fibres is a collection of meaningful modern heirlooms, multicolour talismans. To provide their owners with comfort, courage and connection. 

THE SYMBOLISM

As a child, comfort-thumbed red threads often snaked around my wrist. Hand-tied by my mother -
They were secret, silken talismans for the moments we were apart.
Second-skin reminders of our connection.

It was only when I came to be without them - without her - that I realised just how significant and symbolic those strands really were.

Not only did they weave between us, but those simple, ruby-red strands also crossed continents and cultures, languages and religions - held tight (for centuries) as amulets for love, protection, courage and connection. 

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THE DESIGNS

Having discovered a forgotten-about tangle of the threads, and with an idea to turn them into something more permanent (that I could draw comfort from), my husband - and co-founder - reimagined them around a love-worn pendant.

It was this piece (the mini full circle necklace) that, after repeated interest, became the bittersweet blueprint for our current thread-bound collection.

OUR CHARITY PARTNER

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We have partnered with grief encounter, a UK charity that provides pioneering services to bereaved children and young people. For every piece sold, 10% of profits will be donated directly towards helping young lives navigate the complexity of grief and loss, the challenges of a 'new normal' and to rediscover hope, light, love and connection.

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HAND CARVED

Lost-wax designs, hand carved and  made with heart. 

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MADE IN THE UK

Cast, plated and finished in the UK with the highest quality materials.

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SUSTAINABILITY

Consciously & sustainably created, sold & sent. 

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“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibres connect us with our fellow-men; and along those fibres, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effects.”

HERMAN MELVILLE