When the Dutch were sailing the seven seas in the early 1600s, they would run into their fair share of disasters: storms and raiding pirates were the order of the day. Old sailors used to have a pig and a hen inked on their feet, a tattoo that was believed to keep bad luck at bay. In case of shipwreck, the pigs and hens on board were usually the sole survivors: the wind and tide would safely float them back home in their wooden crates.
The Pig & Hen woman is an adventure-hungry explorer, not afraid to do things her own way. Never a damsel in distress as she finds her own way while standing tall. She searches the edges of the world, discovering lost cities and just simply having the time of her life in the process. A fighter, an independent, but most of all: A woman.
PIG & HEN bracelets are handmade in Amsterdam, by using authentic ship rope, they carry on the Dutch legacy. They are meant to survive a lifetime, are stronger than steel and will age like your wrinkled face.