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“I had not known you a month before I felt that you were the last man in the world whom I could ever be prevailed on to marry.”

Famous last words! I love this (failed) proposal scene from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and just had to immortalize Darcy and Elizabeth's spat on this handcrafted bracelet. Made from wood and decoupaged book pages, it tells the story of “feelings [that] cannot be repressed” in words I carefully chose and repurposed from a vintage Reader’s Digest copy of Austen’s beloved novel. I love that you can still read most of the text -- just in case you don't have this scene memorized already!

The bracelet is size medium/large – the inner diameter is 3 inches.

I package all of my book bracelets in hand-stamped linen bags that are perfect for giving a gift to your favorite literature lover – or you can always keep it for yourself!

I’ve protected your bracelet with a waterproof gloss, but while you should be fine getting caught in the rain, please do not submerge it in water (in other words, take it off before diving into the lake at Pemberley!).

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Pride and Prejudice book bracelet - wood and repurposed vintage text bangle