This striking modern chunky bracelet is made in gorgeous 2.8mm thick 12mm wide black genuine leather sourced locally from the UK. It has a large stainless steel engraving plate and secure rivet stainless steel fastening
It can be made in any length to fit you perfectly.
- GENUINE LEATHER
- FREE PERSONALISED ENGRAVING -Up to 3 lines of text (Maximum 25 characters per line)
- FREE VELVET TRAVEL POUCH
- FREE UK SHIPPING
- FREE GIFT BOX
- FREE MEDICAL CARD
Can my item be engraved?
Yes – on the reverse of the steel medical alert plate.
Up to 3 lines with maximum of 25 characters per line
The stainless-steel engraving plate can be simply flipped over to show your personalised details. All our tags are engraved in-house and you can choose the wording that best suits your condition. We will engrave your bracelet free of charge with the words that best describe your condition - just let us know what you want it to say when prompted on the website.
Frequently engraved conditions include allergies, chronic and rare conditions, transplant patients, patients undergoing chemotherapy.
- METAL TYPE: STAINLESS STEEL ALERT TAG
- STYLE: WRISTBAND
- MATERIAL: GENUINE LEATHER
Bracelet Size - How to Order
PLEASE TELL US IN THE ‘SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS’ FIELD (AT CHECKOUT) THE EXACT LENGTH IN CM/INCHES YOU WOULD LIKE YOUR BRACELET INCLUDING THE CLASP.
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Who is my bracelet named after?
Sylvia Dorothy Lawler (1922–1996) Lawler was appointed as research scientist at the Institute of Cancer Research in London in 1960 and became the institute's first female professor in 1980. There she developed a broad interest in the genetics of malignancy. she made major contributions to the development of these tissue-typing techniques. Lawler laid the scientific foundation for work in bone-marrow transplantation and became chairman of the transplantation immunology subcommittee of the National Organ-Matching Service. She was a founder member of the International Workshops on Chromosomes in Leukaemia, and established the first national fetal tissue bank in the UK, with support from the Medical Research Council.