The unique shape of this cuff bracelet is created using anticlastic techniques. Simply put--the hammering of the metal is on a specially shaped stake or anvil that causes the metal to curve in two different directions. Once the shape is nearly finalized stone chips are strung on a wire and captured within the organic folds that developed during the hammering. Metals used include brass, bronze and copper and can feature amethyst, sodalite and a varigated string including citrine, aquamarine, amethyst and peridot chips.
Stone hammered cuff bracelet
All jewelry is finished with a protective coating. To maintain, simply polish with a Sunshine cloth, available under accessories on our site.