Seen at GBK Emmys Gift Lounge, industrial men's/unisex leather cuff in bronze and concrete

Item Description

This handcrafted rustic and modern men's or unisex leather cuff was created in bronze and concrete. I created a bold look using bronze metal clay to create a substantial bezel with an industrial style.  Black tinted concrete was set inside the bezel. Rugged,unique, and earthy. 

The leather band is 1" wide (about 24mm).  I finished the metal with a satin and polished finish to highlight the earthy quality of the bronze. The bezel was curved to sit well on the wrist and was firmly attached using a strong woven nylon cord.  The concrete adds a modern, industrial touch to this durable bracelet.  

The sturdy metal focal is about 7/8" wide and  1 3/4" long, and about 1/4" tall. The leather cuff closes with a snap and has two size options:  On the smaller snap, it is 7 inches in circumference (mens' small) and on the larger snap, it is about 8 inches (men's medium).  If you need a larger or smaller size, just leave a comment in the "notes to seller" section when  you check out and I will accommodate.  If you have any questions, please contact me using the "Contact" button at the bottom of the page.

This piece, and others from my collection were displayed at the GBK Gift Lounge for The 2013 Primetime Emmys. Musician/ producer Brian McKnight, and actors Steven Bauer (Scarface, Ray Donovan), Tim Pocock (X-Men Origins, Dance Academy, Camp), and Nico Tortorella (The Following, Scream 4) were all photographed rocking this cuff! 

About metal clay:  This piece was created using Goldie Bronze metal clay.  This unique artisan material is made of bronze particles suspended in an organic binder material.  When fired in a kiln at 1508 degrees F, the binders burn away, leaving behind  durable, sintered metal. The bezel was hand sculpted and constructed for strength. The metal was treated to prevent tarnishing. 

Care information:  This piece should not be submerged in water, as the leather could warp.  To clean the metal, buff with a soft cloth.  Avoid using harsh chemicals as they could damage the leather or concrete.

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