Name: Classic Cuff (Handmade Black Bracelet - Polished Glossy)
Sizes: Sizes are (S)15.2, (M)16.5, (L)17.8, (XL)19.1 (cm/CM). Four sizes, with different wrist sizes for men and women. (Each bracelet has about 6MM elastic space can be adjusted to fit your hand, please specify the size when you purchase)
STUDEBAKER METAL's classic hand-forged classic brass bracelet looks like a graceful arc that is full of simple functional beauty, suitable for wear or everyday wear. The polished red copper surface will produce a variety of oxidation styles when worn in contact with air. Of course, it can also be restored with a simple maintenance of copper oil! Each product has a metal embossed brand name STUDEBAKER and the origin name PITTSBURGH (Pittsburgh) Words.
When you receive the bracelet, you will feel that the bracelet's opening is small, but as long as you follow the instructions below, you can easily wear your bracelet.
1. Relax your wrist.
2. There is a place on the inside of the wrist that you feel is soft, that is the place where you wear the bracelet is the easiest place.
3. If the opening of the bracelet is too small, you can pull the bracelet away a bit.
4. After putting on the bracelet, you can also press the ring opening down slightly.
Material: High quality American Copper
Place of Origin: Pittsburgh, USA
Origin / manufacturing methods
Founded by metal craftsman Michael Studebaker. Every morning, Michael arrives at his studio in East Pittsburgh on time, drinking several cups of coffee and turning on the radio. He started his day's work... He used his skillful hands and his favorite tool equipment to design and hand-manufacture each piece of metal piece by piece. The only thing that was echoed in the workshop was the repeated beat of the tool and the radio. Music and talk. He likes to create minimalist jewelry made of silver and copper and small items that the client will use every day, such as bracelets, tie clips, and key rings. After completion, he will stamp metal on each piece with his brand and city that he is most proud of: Studebaker and Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh)