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Silver Mercury Dime Silver Mercury Dime
Silver Mercury Dime
Availability: In Stock
$ 23

This simple piece is hand carved out of an old silver mercury dime.  It is its natural color, simply polished.  It would look good on a cord, ribbon, silver chain, or a beaded necklace.  

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5 Mark no rim Silver (German) 5 Mark no rim Silver (German)
5 Mark no rim Silver (German)
Availability: In Stock
$ 50
German 5 Mark Silver Cut Coin no rim
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Australia Kangaroo Penny Australia Kangaroo Penny
Australia Kangaroo Penny
Availability: In Stock
$ 30

This beautiful old coin features an Australian Kangaroo.  We hand carved the kangaroo, and left the words so you can read them.  The piece is double dipped in silver and gold.  It looks striking on the neck.It makes a thoughtful gift for animal lovers, and kangaroo collectors, as well as ones with Australian heritage .

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Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet
Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet
Availability: In Stock
$ 55

Narrow Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet

This simple Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet has a smooth finish. It will compliment just about anything you are wearing.

This copper adornment, as with my other copper jewelry has been been coated with a clear protective coating to prevent patina.

Please see fitting and care tips below.

This Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet is available in 3/8″ widths, and is approximately 2 mm thick, and a custom sized circumference to fit your wrist.

Please see below to determine the circumference you will need.
Be sure to include your circumference measurements in the “notes” section of your checkout. Or, alternatively, please e-mail me.


Bracelet Fitting Tips:

To make sure your bracelet will fit, the easiest way to get a good fit is to measure a cuff bracelet you already have, one that fits you well and look for a bracelet with those dimensions. What we’re looking for here is the inside circumference of the bracelet. The total inside circumference is the inside circumference of the bracelet from end to end plus the gap (the gap is the distance between the ends).

If you don’t have a cuff bracelet to use for comparison, then you will need to measure your wrist where you want to wear the bracelet. There are a few ways to do this:

1. Use a cloth tape measure to measure around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet.
You will then use this measurement as your wrist size which corresponds to total inside circumference for your bracelet.

2. You can, alternatively, wrap a piece of string (or ribbon) around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet. Make a mark on the string where the end meets the rest of the string.
Remove the string and lay it on a ruler. Again, this measurement is your total inside circumference for the cuff.

As I make custom make these bracelets, I can make you an appropriate circumference.

How to properly put on a cuff bracelet:

1. To put a cuff bracelet on your wrist simply hold the cuff in your opposite hand with the opening facing out. Slide the bracelet over your thumb with each side of the cuff on the top and bottom of your hand. Move the bracelet down your hand until you have reached the smallest part of your wrist. When you reach the smallest part of your wrist gently begin turning the bracelet.
2. Now, roll the cuff from the inside of your wrist, across your arm.
It should be easy to put on and take off in a ‘rolling motion’

When you purchase a cuff bracelet, please realize that if you adjust it, it is not returnable.
To adjust your bracelet, be very careful how you adjust it so you don’t make it an odd shape or damage it.
It is best to adjust the size of the cuff near the ends of the bracelet, near the opening.
Do not bend it in the middle. Doing this could eventually weaken the bracelet.

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Patterned Thin Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet Patterned Thin Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet
Patterned Thin Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet
Availability: In Stock
$ 30

This simple Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet has an embossed knotwork. It’s so thin, you may forget you are wearing it!

This copper adornment, as with my other copper jewelry has been been coated with a clear protective coating to prevent patina.

Please see fitting and care tips below.

This Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet is available in 1/4″ widths, and is approximately 1.5 mm thick, and a custom sized circumference to fit your wrist. Please see below to determine the circumference you will need.
Be sure to include your circumference measurements in the “notes” section of your checkout. Or, alternatively, please e-mail me.


Bracelet Fitting Tips:

To make sure your bracelet will fit, the easiest way to get a good fit is to measure a cuff bracelet you already have, one that fits you well and look for a bracelet with those dimensions. What we’re looking for here is the inside circumference of the bracelet. The total inside circumference is the inside circumference of the bracelet from end to end plus the gap (the gap is the distance between the ends).

If you don’t have a cuff bracelet to use for comparison, then you will need to measure your wrist where you want to wear the bracelet. There are a few ways to do this:

1. Use a cloth tape measure to measure around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet.
You will then use this measurement as your wrist size which corresponds to total inside circumference for your bracelet.

2. You can, alternatively, wrap a piece of string (or ribbon) around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet. Make a mark on the string where the end meets the rest of the string.
Remove the string and lay it on a ruler. Again, this measurement is your total inside circumference for the cuff.

As I make custom make these bracelets, I can make you an appropriate circumference.

How to properly put on a cuff bracelet:

1. To put a cuff bracelet on your wrist simply hold the cuff in your opposite hand with the opening facing out. Slide the bracelet over your thumb with each side of the cuff on the top and bottom of your hand. Move the bracelet down your hand until you have reached the smallest part of your wrist. When you reach the smallest part of your wrist gently begin turning the bracelet.
2. Now, roll the cuff from the inside of your wrist, across your arm.
It should be easy to put on and take off in a ‘rolling motion’

When you purchase a cuff bracelet, please realize that if you adjust it, it is not returnable.
To adjust your bracelet, be very careful how you adjust it so you don’t make it an odd shape or damage it.
It is best to adjust the size of the cuff near the ends of the bracelet, near the opening.
Do not bend it in the middle. Doing this could eventually weaken the bracelet.

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Copper Cuff Bracelet with Small Celtic Scroll Knots Copper Cuff Bracelet with Small Celtic Scroll Knots
Copper Cuff Bracelet with Small Celtic Scroll Knots
Availability: In Stock
$ 50

This lovely Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet has an etched celtic scroll knot pattern.

This copper adornment, as with my other copper jewelry has been been coated with a clear protective coating to prevent patina.

Please see fitting and care tips below.

This Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet is available in 3/4″ widths and a custom sized circumference to fit your wrist. Please see below to determine the circumference you will need.
Be sure to include your circumference measurements in the “notes” section of your checkout. Or, alternatively, please e-mail me.


Bracelet Fitting Tips:

To make sure your bracelet will fit, the easiest way to get a good fit is to measure a cuff bracelet you already have, one that fits you well and look for a bracelet with those dimensions. What we’re looking for here is the inside circumference of the bracelet. The total inside circumference is the inside circumference of the bracelet from end to end plus the gap (the gap is the distance between the ends).

If you don’t have a cuff bracelet to use for comparison, then you will need to measure your wrist where you want to wear the bracelet. There are a few ways to do this:

1. Use a cloth tape measure to measure around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet.
You will then use this measurement as your wrist size which corresponds to total inside circumference for your bracelet.

2. You can, alternatively, wrap a piece of string (or ribbon) around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet. Make a mark on the string where the end meets the rest of the string.
Remove the string and lay it on a ruler. Again, this measurement is your total inside circumference for the cuff.

As I make custom make these bracelets, I can make you an appropriate circumference.

How to properly put on a cuff bracelet:

1. To put a cuff bracelet on your wrist simply hold the cuff in your opposite hand with the opening facing out. Slide the bracelet over your thumb with each side of the cuff on the top and bottom of your hand. Move the bracelet down your hand until you have reached the smallest part of your wrist. When you reach the smallest part of your wrist gently begin turning the bracelet.
2. Now, roll the cuff from the inside of your wrist, across your arm.
It should be easy to put on and take off in a ‘rolling motion’

When you purchase a cuff bracelet, please realize that if you adjust it, it is not returnable.
To adjust your bracelet, be very careful how you adjust it so you don’t make it an odd shape or damage it.
It is best to adjust the size of the cuff near the ends of the bracelet, near the opening.
Do not bend it in the middle. Doing this could eventually weaken the bracelet.

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Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet with Paisley Pattern Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet with Paisley Pattern
Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet with Paisley Pattern
Availability: In Stock
$ 60

This beautiful Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet has an embossed paisley pattern.

This copper adornment, as with my other copper jewelry has been been coated with a clear protective coating to prevent patina.

Please see fitting and care tips below.

This Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet is available in 1.5 – 2″ widths and a custom sized circumference to fit your wrist. Please see below to determine the circumference you will need.

Be sure to include your circumference measurements in the “notes” section of your checkout. Or, alternatively, please e-mail me.


Bracelet Fitting Tips:

To make sure your bracelet will fit, the easiest way to get a good fit is to measure a cuff bracelet you already have, one that fits you well and look for a bracelet with those dimensions. What we’re looking for here is the inside circumference of the bracelet. The total inside circumference is the inside circumference of the bracelet from end to end plus the gap (the gap is the distance between the ends).

If you don’t have a cuff bracelet to use for comparison, then you will need to measure your wrist where you want to wear the bracelet. There are a few ways to do this:

1. Use a cloth tape measure to measure around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet.
You will then use this measurement as your wrist size which corresponds to total inside circumference for your bracelet.

2. You can, alternatively, wrap a piece of string (or ribbon) around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet. Make a mark on the string where the end meets the rest of the string.
Remove the string and lay it on a ruler. Again, this measurement is your total inside circumference for the cuff.

As I make custom make these bracelets, I can make you an appropriate circumference.

How to properly put on a cuff bracelet:

1. To put a cuff bracelet on your wrist simply hold the cuff in your opposite hand with the opening facing out. Slide the bracelet over your thumb with each side of the cuff on the top and bottom of your hand. Move the bracelet down your hand until you have reached the smallest part of your wrist. When you reach the smallest part of your wrist gently begin turning the bracelet.
2. Now, roll the cuff from the inside of your wrist, across your arm.
It should be easy to put on and take off in a ‘rolling motion’

When you purchase a cuff bracelet, please realize that if you adjust it, it is not returnable.
To adjust your bracelet, be very careful how you adjust it so you don’t make it an odd shape or damage it.
It is best to adjust the size of the cuff near the ends of the bracelet, near the opening.
Do not bend it in the middle. Doing this could eventually weaken the bracelet.


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Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet with Celtic Knot Pattern Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet with Celtic Knot Pattern
Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet with Celtic Knot Pattern
Availability: In Stock
$ 55

Celtic Copper Cuff Bracelet with Celtic Knot Pattern

This striking Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet has an etched celtic knot pattern.

This copper adornment, as with my other copper jewelry has been been coated with a clear protective coating to prevent patina.

This Celtic Copper Cuff bracelet is available in 1.5 – 2″ widths and a custom sized circumference to fit your wrist. Please see below to determine the circumference you will need.
Be sure to include your circumference measurements in the “notes” section of your checkout. Or, alternatively, please e-mail me.

Please see fitting and care tips below.

 

Bracelet Fitting Tips:

To make sure your bracelet will fit, the easiest way to get a good fit is to measure a cuff bracelet you already have, one that fits you well and look for a bracelet with those dimensions. What we’re looking for here is the inside circumference of the bracelet. The total inside circumference is the inside circumference of the bracelet from end to end plus the gap (the gap is the distance between the ends).

If you don’t have a cuff bracelet to use for comparison, then you will need to measure your wrist where you want to wear the bracelet. There are a few ways to do this:

1. Use a cloth tape measure to measure around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet.
You will then use this measurement as your wrist size which corresponds to total inside circumference for your bracelet.

2. You can, alternatively, wrap a piece of string (or ribbon) around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet. Make a mark on the string where the end meets the rest of the string.
Remove the string and lay it on a ruler. Again, this measurement is your total inside circumference for the cuff.

As I make custom make these bracelets, I can make you an appropriate circumference.

How to properly put on a cuff bracelet:

1. To put a cuff bracelet on your wrist simply hold the cuff in your opposite hand with the opening facing out. Slide the bracelet over your thumb with each side of the cuff on the top and bottom of your hand. Move the bracelet down your hand until you have reached the smallest part of your wrist. When you reach the smallest part of your wrist gently begin turning the bracelet.
2. Now, roll the cuff from the inside of your wrist, across your arm.
It should be easy to put on and take off in a ‘rolling motion’

When you purchase a cuff bracelet, please realize that if you adjust it, it is not returnable.
To adjust your bracelet, be very careful how you adjust it so you don’t make it an odd shape or damage it.
It is best to adjust the size of the cuff near the ends of the bracelet, near the opening.
Do not bend it in the middle. Doing this could eventually weaken the bracelet.

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Boulder Opal in Sterling Silver Pendant Boulder Opal in Sterling Silver Pendant
Boulder Opal in Sterling Silver Pendant
Availability: In Stock
$ 310

The unusual cut on this Boulder Opal from Australia displays the mesmerizing flashes of green, blue and purple, reminding us that you can find surprises everywhere!

This Boulder Opal and Sterling Silver pendant is approximately 1 3/4″ tall, including bail, and 1 1/4″ wide, and includes an 18″ Sterling Silver chain.

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Teardrop Kaleidascope Agate Pendant in Sterling Silver with Celtic Trinity Knot Teardrop Kaleidascope Agate Pendant in Sterling Silver with Celtic Trinity Knot
Teardrop Kaleidascope Agate Pendant in Sterling Silver with Celtic Trinity Knot
Availability: In Stock
$ 340

Kaleidascope Agate is an amazing stone that is quickly becoming a sought after addition to many a jewelry collection.

Looking at the stone, you can see it truly looks like a kaleidoscope of colors. The name of the stone appears to be misspelled, but this is the name given to it by its discoverer.

Note all the colors in this stone…purples, greens, blues, and more. The conglomerate stone is a mixture of Malachite, Chrysocolla, Fluorite prisms. 

The pendant is adorned with a Celtic Trinity Knot…Sterling Silver, of course. 

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Crystal Pirouette - Lavender Crystal Pirouette - Lavender
Crystal Pirouette - Lavender
Availability: In Stock
$ 45

This necklace features a bead woven crystal pirouette pendent with a complimentary bead and crystal chain. 

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Crystal Pirouette - Blue & Green Crystal Pirouette - Blue & Green
Crystal Pirouette - Blue & Green
Availability: In Stock
$ 45

This necklace features a bead woven crystal pirouette pendent with a complimentary bead and crystal chain. 

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Crystal Pirouette - Blue Crystal Pirouette - Blue
Crystal Pirouette - Blue
Availability: In Stock
$ 45

This necklace features a bead woven crystal pirouette pendent with a complimentary bead and crystal chain. 

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Crystal Pirouette - Teal & Graphite Crystal Pirouette - Teal & Graphite
Crystal Pirouette - Teal & Graphite
Availability: In Stock
$ 45

This necklace features a bead woven crystal pirouette pendent with a complimentary bead and crystal chain. 

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Caged Millefiori - Red Caged Millefiori - Red
Caged Millefiori - Red
Availability: In Stock
$ 40

This lovely necklace features a caged millefiori pendent on a complimentary bead and crystal chain.

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Caged Millefiori – Blue & Green Caged Millefiori – Blue & Green
Caged Millefiori – Blue & Green
Availability: In Stock
$ 40

This lovely necklace features a caged millefiori pendent on a complimentary bead and crystal chain.

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