Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order
Thick Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Rustic and Textured—Made-to-Order

Rustic Hammered Cuff

Regular price
$72.00
Sale price
$72.00

Rustic Hammered Cuff—You Choose—Brass, Bronze, Copper or Sterling Silver—Made-to-Order

Stack 'em high! Or wear 'em one at a time.

These thick, hammered cuffs are so versatile! They stack well with each other, and play very nice with other cuffs in your collection. They look equally stunning one at a time.

Cuff length is 6-6.25" and the opening is just over 1" with a slight range of flex and ability to adjust fit.

These cuff bracelets are made one at a time, by my two hands. Please expect slight variations in size and shape due to the goodness that is handmade. All cuffs come with a multitude of textures, and with regular wear the metal will develop it's own natural patina.

*Tip to putting on a cuff bracelet*
Running up the length of your arm, on the inside in the middle, are tendons. There is a bit of a hollow spot on either side of these tendons at the wrist. Press one end of the cuff bracelet into the hollow spot that is closest to your thumb, and then roll the other end of the cuff bracelet over the top of your wrist,away from your body. To remove the cuff bracelet, simply reverse the action. You should only ever need to adjust the opening to your cuff bracelet once, when you first try it on. Opening and closing the cuff bracelet when you put it on or take it off could result in a weakening of the cuff bracelet, resulting in potential breakage.