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grace, how sweet the sound That sav'd a wretch like me! I once was
lost, but now am found, Was blind, but now I see.'
The author of
this famous hymn, John Newton, was born in east London in 1725.
From the captain of a slave ship and his slow conversion to
Christianity, he would ultimately become a leading figure of the
anti-slavery movement in Britain. The Act abolishing slavery
throughout the British Empire was passed in 1807, the year he died.
Probably written in 1772, the words of Amazing Grace convey some of
the profound changes of Newton's life. 1772 was significant as the
year of the Somersett Case, which for the first time determined
that slavery did not exist in English common law. It encouraged the
nascent anti-slavery movements in Britain and the then American
colonies toward the long campaign to abolish slaverly
verse of the hymn is engraved upon a bracelet with extraordinary
properties. It employs the geometric form known as a Mobius strip
and is available in .925 Sterling Silver or 14K Gold.
shape sits comfortably about the hand, while the form itself
displays unusual geometric properties. The shape is known as a
Möbius strip, after the German mathematician August Ferdinand
Möbius [1790-1868]. It represents the seeming paradox of a plane
without end, or one of infinite length. As such it became accepted
as a symbol for infinity, an appropriate and symbolic form for
these memorable inscriptions.
13/16" x 2 1/12" [72mm x 64mm] Width: 3/16"- 5/16" [5 - 8mm] The
inside diameter fits an 8 inch wrist or smaller.
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