A genuine handwritten letter of Napoleon Bonaparte is not only a very rare specimen, but also irreplaceable. Nevertheless SEKRÈ cuts such valuable artifacts into small pieces in the presence of a
notary. Art historians are shocked and would very much like to ban the concept of mystery bags. However, a representative survey of 950 female consumers has shown that most women are
enthusiastic about this idea.
There is no doubt that the cutting of valuable writings is irreversible. The original document can definitely not be reconstructed. Yet most critics disregard the fact that culturally significant
artifacts are usually stored and locked away in safes, albums and picture frames of wealthy collectors or private foundations. Consequently, they are not accessible to the public for a long time.
SEKRÈ now offers the opportunity to acquire and enjoy such fascinating objects to a much larger clientele for the first time. Being the owner of a rare cultural treasure is a sublime feeling,
even if it is only a small piece. And it is an exiting experience to share this secret exclusively with carefully selected friends.
Each SEKRÈ mystery bag comes with a glossy photo showing the complete artifact. This allows the owner to see which part of the original piece is hers. In addition, we provide detailed background
information on its history and origins.
By the way: Collecting autographs has been a male domain up to now. According to the international PADA (Professional Autograph Dealers Association), more than 95% of such writings are collected
by men. For the first time our concept makes this fascinating topic especially accessible for women.