All of my artisan handcrafted aluminum open cuff bracelets are hand-etched, texturized and/or hammered. They each have a slight patina and polished finished. The elegant and modern patterns I create on these cuffs add wonderful texture to the design.
Aluminum is an incredible and versatile metal, as well as being hypoallergenic (more so than silver). These cuff bracelets will be perfect for people who have metal allergies and can wear them with no allergic reactions.
Aluminum is far more affordable than sterling silver and is a fabulous alternative to sterling. Did you know that aluminum is the traditional 10th anniversary wedding gift? What a very unique gift a hand-etched cuff bracelet would be for your special person!
Aluminum appeals to people who love sterling silver but don’t care for the higher price range of sterling. This elegant metal is also lightweight, does not tarnish and is very comfortable to wear. You can even wear my cuffs higher up on the forearm if its too large for your wrist. I do this sometimes myself. Cuff bracelets get people’s attention, furthermore, they will be the focal point accessory to wear for any occasion.
Even celebrities wear aluminum jewelry so why shouldn’t you?! Furthermore, they make quite an effortless fashion statement! Aluminum cuffs are very stylish. Mixing other metal bracelets with them adds more drama to the effect. Aluminum open cuff bracelets are very sophisticated, modern and appealing to many women who want to enjoy comfort and style at the same time.
To clean your aluminum cuff bracelet, just wipe with a soft cloth to remove body oils and fingerprints. This is all you need to clean your cuffs and nothing else!
Cuff Bracelet Adjustments
- The handcrafted cuff bracelets are adjustable.
- They can be opened or closed up to about a 1/4″ smaller or larger.
- Do not put the aluminum bracelet on your wrist and squeeze it together.
- Doing this puts too much stress on the center of the cuff and weakens it.
Before you place the bracelet on your wrist, put one hand firmly on one end of the bracelet and adjust by bending this portion of the bracelet. Bend very gently and adjust a little at a time. Do the same on the other side of the cuff.