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Nautical Adjustable Anchor Bracelet/Anklet

Nautical Adjustable Anchor Bracelet/Anklet


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New for 2020, our adjustable anchor wrap bracelets, or wear as an anklet!  These are custom made in either 100% stainless steel or solid brass.  Perfectly curved so they rest on your wrist to avoid snagging on clothing and providing an understated, elegant look. Wrap around wrist or ankle and slide knot to fit.

Available colors:

Patriotic (#187), Red (#28), Blue (#29), Red Stripe (#164), Blue Stripe (#165), Navy (#20), Turquoise (#16), Blue Ice (#74), Burgundy (#22), Pink Diamond (#326), Black Diamond (#167), Rasta (#191), Black (#02), Rainbow (#137)

    Snags, grabs, and scratches...those are complaints we heard about other anchor bracelets, and why we hesitated to make them. So, we carefully designed our anchors with a curve to rest on your wrist and not catch on everything or everyone that dares touch them.

    We are live-aboard sailors and everything we make in our shop could be made aboard as we travel. Real sailors making for other sailors, this is your chance to join in the New England tradition as it enters the fourth generation.

    Matt grew up tying knots.

    Matt's grandfather, Alton Beaudoin, opened their family knot shop in 1957 out of their house in Old Mystic, Connecticut. In 1996 Alton handed the business down to Matt and Matt continued catering to the faithful customers that I had known my whole life.

    In 2008 Matt left his corporate job after nine years to follow his passion and turn his grandfather's dream into a reality. Matt changed the name from Beaudoin's Rope Locker to Mystic Knotwork, as it is known today, and he launched the business online.

    They worked for eight years to rebuild the business from my house, through the Velvet Mill in Stonington, Connecticut, to opening to the public in Mystic. Their team expanded from the family to include artisans from diverse creative backgrounds. In early 2015, they found their workshop, a destination originally used for sail and rigging repair over 100 years ago and in Historic Downtown Mystic. When you step into the shop overlooking the Mystic River, you will see constant creation of the handmade knots in our store, as well as museum quality works that make up a part of my family's history.