Our standard size cuff at 6mm wide. When deciding upon your size, please take into account the gap in the cuff which can be around 1 inch.
Aluminium is a perfect alternative to sterling silver, these jewellery grade aluminium cuffs are lightweight, do not tarnish and are hypoallergenic (good for wearers who are sensitive to certain metals such as silver).
Brass (golden colour) and copper (bronze/rose gold colour) cuffs are more weighty than aluminium and have the benefit of being alternatives to gold or rose gold. Due to the natural PH balance of each individual wearer’s skin and the environment, these two metals will naturally tarnish. This is not a fault but unavoidable. Each copper or brass cuff is supplied with a coat of wax which will slow down this process however, when tarnishing does occur, this can easily be rectified by using a lint free cloth and a metal cleaning agent.
These cuffs can be adjusted slightly by squeezing tighter or widened by pulling apart gently. Please see our video on how to properly wear your cuff here, as continuous movement to the metal will cause weakening and inevitably snap.
The method which is used to personalise these pieces is called hand stamping. Hand stamping is the process in which each individual letter or design stamp is lined up by eye and hammered by hand into the metal to make the specific impression. This may mean that letters and designs may not be ‘perfectly’ straight, spaced evenly and it’s almost guaranteed that no two items will be exactly the same – any variations should be regarded as characteristics to your personal piece. That is the sheer beauty of hand stamped and handmade items; they’re bespoke and unique to the wearer.
For a look at all our current design stamps available, please see them here.
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Please note, each item is made to order, therefore we strongly advise that you check the turnaround time on the Homepage or on our Facebook page, before you place your order.
If you would like to change any aspect of this design, please contact us to discuss your requirements.