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The Ankh, the key of life, key of the Nile. Used in ancient times, this symbols is used to represent both life, and life after death. I will stamnp the ankh on a hand forged copper cuff bracelet.
To make this bracelet even more special, I can inscribe it with a personal message on the inside. Make that selection at checkout and be sure to include your message in the personalization box.
This engraved copper bracelet is hand forged and finished with a hammered finish to give it a rustic look, perfect for men and women alike.
Each bracelet is handmade, and no two will be exactly alike. Also please be aware that colors may vary due to viewing screens.
If you have any questions or want to create a custom piece, send me a message and we can talk about it! I look forward to doing business with you.How to determine your size:
The 6 inch bracelet is a 6 inch length of copper with a 1 inch opening. This size will fit a wide range of wrists, from 5 1/2 inches up to 7 inches.
The 7 inch bracelet is a 7 inch length of copper, with a 1 inch opening. This size will fit wrists from 7 inches up to 8 1/2 inches.
Measuring for your size:
There are several ways to measure your wrist.
First: Use a flexible tape measure and measure around your wrist at the spot where you prefer your bracelets to sit. If it measures between 5 1/2 and 7 inches, choose the 6 inch bracelet. If your wrist measures over 7 inches, choose the 7 inch bracelet. There is wiggle room in the sizing. You can go bigger or smaller depending on if you like a looser or tighter bracelet.
If you don’t have a tape measure but do have a ruler, wrap a strip of paper around your wrist and mark off the length. Check the size against a ruler.
Caring for your copper jewelry:
Tarnish and discoloration is a normal part of copper jewelry and is to be expected. Periodically you should wash your copper jewelry in warm soapy water, making sure to dry it thoroughly with a soft cloth. In between washing, buff it with a polishing cloth to help keep the tarnish down. When you aren’t wearing your piece, store it in the box it came in, or in a closed plastic zip bag to keep the tarnish to a minimum.
Copper will turn some peoples skin green. It isn’t harmful, and it is very normal and it washes off with soap and water.