Proudly made in the U.S.A., this anodized aluminium alloy bracelet is an exact replica of the Rearden Metal Bracelet worn by Taylor Schilling (Dagny Taggart - Part I), Rebecca Wisocky (Lillian Rearden - Part I) and Samantha Mathis (Dagny Taggart - Part II) in Atlas Shrugged Parts I & II.
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Posted by Lashley on 08/16/2014
This piece is absolutely beautiful! It fits perfectly, the clasp I was able to connect myself with no issues or help whatsoever. It only took one minute to study and I am good to go.
This is holding up extremely well, I am very proud of this piece and while some may think it is too expensive - the truth is, it is priceless (at least the meaning of it is, to me). I will wear it often and wear it proudly.
Posted by J. Michelle on 06/05/2014
I got this for Mother's Day and since I planned on wearing it everyday I decided to wait a while before posting a review. It has become slightly dinged up (I am a mechanical engineer and very rough on my jewelry) but still beautiful and no one can see the small nicks except for me. The color is (thankfully) not as blue as shown in the preview and is a wonderful accessory. I especially love the symbolism of the bracelet. The clasp (I also make jewelry as a hobby) is wonderful and I've become very fond of it, took a little bit to figure out how to put it on by myself but now I'd actually like to get more clasps like this! Overall an excellent product of high craftsmanship. Very pleased with my purchase/gift.
Posted by DCM on 06/01/2014
Great piece! Meaning behind it is priceless.
Only drawback is the clasp.....had it redone by my jeweler.....funny....I found that I needed help in order to put it on...Ironic....I'm sure Ms. Rand would find humor in that!
Regardless, its beauty is stunning....and quite a conversational piece. I've been able to begin many a conversation about Rand's ideas when asked about the bracelet.
Posted by Sarah on 05/21/2014
Got my daughter the bracelet for her college graduation and she LOVES IT. Has not taken it off. She has already learned to put it on by herself without any help. Looks spectacular and absolutely a very unique piece.
Posted by Cathy on 05/15/2014
I completely love my Reardon Metal bracelet! I wear it all the time. It is very comfortable and easy to wear. Highly recommend this product and what it stands for.:)
Posted by Ed on 05/14/2014
This is a beautiful piece of jewelry! I gave this as a gift to my wife for Mother's Day, and she loved it like so many others who have reviewed this bracelet. She noted that the alloy was actually "cooling" to her skin. The metals are wonderful in appearance, and the oft commented upon clasp is great. She commented that "it is fun to have something to wear that only those who know, know."
Posted by Beth U. on 05/14/2014
I ordered this product recently, and it arrived in four or five days. Unfortunately, the contents of the package had been removed at some point along its journey to my house. The postman noted on the envelope that it was empty - and I was devastated. I emailed the fine folks at Atlas Shrugged Movie Merchandise and received a reply within minutes. They shipped out a new bracelet, and overnighted it so I would get it in time for Mother's Day weekend. The next day, this absolutely gorgeous bracelet arrived and is everything I'd expected. I highly recommend the investment and am looking forward to doing more business with these folks. What could've turned into a nightmare ended up being a fantastic experience!
Posted by Ben on 05/14/2014
I picked up one for mom on Mother's Day, she loved it! The quality looked good. Thanks
Posted by Unknown on 03/31/2014
My husband got me the Rearden Metal Bracelet for my birthday. I love it and wear it frequently. Paradoxically,the bracelet was damaged after a TSA agent ripped it off my wrist! I now have another one. Ayn Rand would have loved this story! Thank you.
Posted by Slug on 02/27/2014
Purchased this bracelet to wear for my wedding and everyday after! The clasp is a bit difficult. I might have to replace it it I can't figure out how to get it on without help. (kind of ironic that one needs "help" to put it on)
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