Cassandra Goad quote pendants are the perfect present for any occasion, available both in yellow gold and silver.
Cassandra's quote pendants began when her cousin Matilda Goad asked her to engrave some words from her grandmother. Not wanting the words to be easily readable by others, Cassandra engraved the pendant with the words in a spiral like the French anrrondissements or an en colimacon staircase. Soon others followed, engraved with words of wisdom, encouragement and prayers.
Cassandra continues to add to her Quote pendant collection whenever she finds words that inspire her. Cassandra has also undertaken bespoke projects using quotes and words. They can be in any language, created in any design and even written in the writer's own handwriting.
Through two of her quote pendants Cassandra has found a way to 'give back'. Profits from her 'Onwards' pendant go to the Endeavour Fund and 'May love abound all round' profits go to Horatio's Garden.
Give me the Serenity… - engraved with the words of the prayer: 'Give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference'.
Do not follow… - 'Do not follow where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and make a trail.' Inspiring words from Cassandra's Cousin
Never Assume - 'Never assume…' from a friend of Cassandra.
Go Confidently… - 'Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.' (Thoreau 1817-1862)
Shackleton - 'May tomorrow see the end of all
our difficulties. Difficulties are just things to overcome after
(E.H. Shackleton, 1909, Antarctic expedition)
Only with… - 'Only with long experience and the opening of your wares on many a beach, where your language is not spoken, will you come to know the worth of what you carry. The delicate goods of justice, love, honour, forgiveness and courtesy are valid everywhere'. (Freya Stark, British explorer and writer)
He who feared… - 'He who feared he would not succeed, sat still.' OR 'Sedit qui timnuit ne non succederet ' (Horace)
Our Father - 'The sower Arepo holds the wheels with care.' The words for this pendant are a secret code for the words of the Christian Our Father prayer. It was a secret code that the Christians had on the outside of their house during the Roman Rule. The Latin Words are a Palindrome. SATOR AREPO TENET OPERA ROTAS
Love the life… - 'Love the life you live, live the life you love' Inspired by the words of Bob Marley.
Courage… - 'Courage, perseverance, patience.' Inspiring words from a friend of Cassandra.
Everyone…- 'Everyone is the age of their heart.' From Cassandra's Journey to Brazil
You are braver…- 'You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.' A.A. Milne
I am the master… - 'I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul.' From the poem Invictus by W. E. Henley
Be brave… - 'Be brave my heart, have courage my soul.'
Qui vit sans folie… - 'Qui vit sans folie n'est pas si sage qu'il croit'. Madame Guerlain, He who lives without fun is not as wise as he thinks.
When I hoped… - 'When I hoped I feared… since I hoped I dared.' Words from the poem LXVI by Emily Dickinson 1830-1886.
Onwards... - 'Onwards…' from the writings of Henry Worsley the Shackleton expedition explorer who died in 2016. A donation will be given to the Shackleton Foundation.
The greatest glory… - 'The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.' From the words of Nelson Mandela. A donation will be made to the Desmond and Leah Tutu legacy foundation.
If you dont... - 'If you don't explore you'll never discover'. From Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Winner of the National Poetry Day Competition.
La Modernite, c'est transitoire.... - "La modernité, c'est le transitoire, le fugitif, le contingent, la moitié de l'art, dont l'autre est l'éternel et l'immuable. Il y a eu une modernité pour chaque peintre ancien." (Modernity is all that is transitory, ephemeral, within the realms of possibility, that half of art, whose other is eternal and immutable. Each old master was modern once.')
Feet, what do I need them for … - 'Feet, what do I need them for if I have wings to fly' Words from the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
Dare, always dare…. - Specially created by Cassandra for the Old Vic to commemorate their 200th anniversary in 2018.
'Be thou my vision O Lord of my heart'…. - Words from the Irish poem "Rop tú mo Baile", and often attributed to Saint Dallán Forgaill in the 6th century.
'Visible things are temporal, the Invisible are eternal……' - Words engraved from St Paul's letter to the Corinthians Ch. 4 verse 14 - chapter .5 verse 1.
'May love abound all round…' In memory of Horatio Chapple, an aspiring doctor. A donation will be given to Horatio's Garden.