The bracelet is named after Isabelle Eberhardt (1877–1904), a Swiss explorer and writer who lived and travelled extensively in North Africa. She died in a flash flood in the desert at the age of 27. On one of her spiritual journeys, she dressed as a man and travelled in Arab society with freedom. Woven with black vinyl, the bracelet is soft but long lasting and can handle a trek. The clasp forms the centre piece with its decorative sterling silver, oxidised to enhance the pattern. The silver is further finished with rhodium to protect the silver from tarnish.