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Picture Jasper

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I saw this picture in the slab of Picture Jasper I was cutting and knew I had to preserve as most of the scene as possible. I then wrapped this stone in a fine silver bezel and set it onto oxidized sterling silver sheet. Hand-stamped details line the thick-gauge cuff band.

The cuff band measures 5.5 inches long with a one inch gap meaning this would fit a six inch wrist best but could be adjusted up or down slightly if you are close to this size. 

Approximate dimensions of stone setting: 1.45 inches tall x .9 inches wide

I create my cuffs with three main things in mind: 1) are they comfortable? 2) Do they fit well to your wrist? 3) Is it lightweight? I want to be able to wear my cuff all day long without constantly feeling the need to adjust it or turn it back around on my wrist. My cuffs are slightly adjustable to accommodate a range of sizes however if the size listed here doesn’t work for you please reach out for a custom made cuff! A proper fitting cuff makes all the difference and I would love to make one for you.

Each piece of jewelry I make is made entirely by me in my home studio in Salt Lake City, Utah. I use traditional metalsmithing techniques meaning I cut, saw, solder, file, form + polish everything by hand (and torch!) While I may continuously bring certain styles back no two stones are ever identical so your piece is truly one-of-a-kind and meant for you.

When putting your cuff on for the first time scoop the opening of the cuff around the smallest side of your wrist and gently adjust until it's comfortable and not loose. From here you shouldn't need to adjust the width of the opening of the cuff when you take it on/off. When taking the cuff off carefully scoop it off of your wrist. Avoid opening and closing your cuff to put on/off as continuous strain of the metal can cause it to break.  

If you have any additional questions about this piece please click on the chat button in the bottom right corner of your screen and send me a message! Your message will go straight to my phone so I will be able to answer you as soon as I can.

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