When Alex's grandfather made this business he wanted to stand out from the crowd he did not want to do anything simple he wanted to challenge himself and that is exactly what he did. He wanted to ensure the fact that when his customers wear his bracelet, they would see/feel the difference from other normal bracelets. After years of testing and experimenting he finally had an idea. His idea was to have a monk bless each bracelet, but how? He decided to send to return to Vietnam and try to find the best monk he possibly could. He had many problems for many years; he was lost and did not have a plan. However, his luck finally struck when he met one of the most popular monks in Vietnam, he explained to him his journey and what he was trying to achieve the past 10-20 years, and he was surprised but, also more than willing to help. Each blessing was/is held in the same spot. Before talking to the monk, Alex's grandfather had already picked a place. A cave, a cave/temple that has not been entered in nearly 220 years. However, the monk was the first to do so.
Where is each blessing held?
Each blessing his held in the same spot. Before talking to the monk, Alex's grandfather had already picked a place. A cave, a cave/temple that has not been entered in nearly 220 years. However, the monk was the first to do so.
Now we have the wood what is next?
When most companies hit the stage of having the supplies they opt out and let the machines do all the work for them however, we choose not to do that. We feel hand making each bracelet not only gives it more value but also how its condition will be in a few years. When wearing bracelets made from machines you will see that your bracelet will deteriorate over time and the string will soon start ripping. That is why we have a dedicated master craftsman to prevent all these things.