From the US East Coast, "Frank" - Pittsburgh staff person label STUDEBAKER METAL, well-known fashion magazines SELECTISM monograph Recommended!
Name: Hand-Forged Brass Cuff (hand-forged antique brass bracelet)
Size: sizes (S) 15.2, (M) 16.5, (L) 17.8, (XL) 19.1 (cm / CM) in four sizes, with different men and women wrist thickness. (Each bracelet has about 6MM adjustable flexible space to suit their hands around, please specify size when purchasing)
STUDEBAKER METAL pure hand forged antique brass bracelet, with traces of wear after the flavor over time will naturally oxidized, restrained design is very simple and elegant, suitable outfit or daily wear. Engaging faded in popularity Timeless classic small things very sense of worth! Each item has a brand name with the word STUDEBAKER Metal Stamping origin of the name PITTSBURGH (Pittsburgh).
When you receive a bracelet, hand ring opening will feel very small, but just follow these instructions, you can easily wear off your bracelet.
1. relax your wrist.
2. There is a part of the inside of your wrist you will feel quite soft, that you wear the easiest place to get rid of the ring.
3. If the bracelet opening is too small, you can pry it went hand ring.
4. After wearing the bracelet, you can handle the pressure ring opening smaller.
Material: high quality brass America (American Brass)
Origin / manufacturing methods
A metal craft staff person founded by Michael Studebaker. Michael will be on time each morning to his studio in East Pittsburgh, drink several cups of coffee, turn on the radio. He began the day's work ... he used his skilled and beloved tools and equipment, each metal piece by piece designed and handcrafted out only tool workshop echoed repeatedly pounding and radio play music and conversation. He likes to make silver and copper materials, minimalist jewelry and customers will use every day of small things, such as bracelets, tie clips, key rings. When finished, he will be on every piece of metal on his imprint is most proud of the brands and the City: Studebaker and Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh)