Weekly update and new metal bracelets

I've been a bit hidden from the WWW this week. We had a death in the family. But I'm back in full force.
Now, 3 new metal bracelets!

I got to use a lot of metalsmithing skills in creating these bracelets.
First of all, these are all hand cut or sawed from sheet metal. I used rivets in all of these.
This one:

I used the techniques of soldering, sawing out the holes where the copper O rings are, stamping with design stamps and different texture hammers, and creating the balled sterling connector pieces.

This one: https://www.etsy.com/listing/100192245/wide-metal-bracelet-silver-copper?ref=v1_other_1

is a wider bracelet with Mykonos Greek ceramic beads riveted to the front of some of the pieces.

And, (I think this one's my favorite):

Copper and brass hand cut sheet, shaped into what I call "puzzle pieces". I used more Greek beads and rivets for this one, with earthy autumn colors that go just right with the richness of the oxidized copper and brass. Check out my own handmade toggle clasp!

I just love it! And I hope you will too. These are now available in my Etsy shop.

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What fun new designs! I love how you used so many different techniques here...very original!
Lori Anderson said…
Absolutely, utterly stunning!
cindy said…
thank you ladies!
storybeader said…
I just love your metalsmithing. They're beautiful! {:-D

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