First, the base metal is a departure from the gold vermeil or sterling silver that I am used to. Copper is an absolutely wonderful and underappreciated metal that enhances gems so differently from the usual, I had a field day playing with the colors of gems; bold and bright to subdued and earthy. One section of the bracelet is an amalgamation of colors I usually do not combine in a piece, but here they work remarkably well. Faceted green apatite rondelles, and faceted rondelles of amethyst, neon apatite, orange zircon, olive zircon, and carneilian. Arranged among these stones are rust keishi pearls, large fanta orange quartz rondelles,and onion cut smoky quartz gems. This branch of the bracelet measures 2 inches and connects itself to a large faceted neon apatite nugget. From this nugget are two strands that continue five inches to the end of the bracelet. One strand is composed of AAA grade faceted amethyst rondelles, interspersed randomly with faceted neon blue apatite rondelles. The second strand is comprised of faceted orange zircon rondelles, randomly interspersed with faceted olive green rondelles. Both strands tie together at the last apatite nugget.
Altogether, the Deborah Bracelet measures a little over 8 inches, but is designed to be custom fit to the etsyian who purchases this beautiful one-of-a-kind bracelet.