Imperial


Introducing Imperial, the first collection by Nathaniel Rollins. Which has been brought and envisioned to bring royalty to the people. Intended for those with a lion's heart, each piece has been delicately designed to endow the bearer with strength. Long ago passports and ID cards weren't invented, the way one could recognize a royal figure was by their crown. The current impracticality of wearing crowns has led to this inspired collection. We don't believe one piece is enough, you will certainly want more. Many things in life give us to tell us we are not special or unique. From the mindset of a child growing up to learn his special snowflake of himself is just the same as the many others. The differential is in the difference, find solace in this definition. Crown yourself with Imperial as the sovereign ruler of your unique being and start becoming that being. Designed with the timeless idea of the classic tennis bracelets, the Imperial collection is born to be worn in all settings from formal to casual. Let your pride shine.  

Designer: Nathaniel Rollins

Was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Perhaps something in the air there has to lead to his lifestyle of both relentlessly traveling and learning. Various experiences of his would give Gulliver himself a run for his money. From his multilingual studies at Brigham Young University, sleeping homeless on the streets of Hong Kong, growing a permaculture farm in Bali, videography for a dispensary farm in California, living wild in the jungles of Costa Rica, acting in movies, and skydiving through wildfire smoke, the list continues to grow. Shock, awe, and excitement fill the room when hearing of his life. 

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The collections Nathaniel create are small pieces of his mind and the way he think. The life he have lived is imbedded into every carefully designed centimeter. 

Choose from 20 pieces in sterling silver and 18ct gold plate, featuring textures, necklace, earring,s and Royals designs that embody the notion of being inflow. The only hard part? Choosing just one piece, because you're going to want it all.