The Key of A is busy creating the newest and most wearable in bullet casing jewelry and is introducing a new truly "loaded" charm bracelet to add to our charm bracelet line, utilizing both bullet casings AND shotgun casings in a great mix of both nickel and brass.
We've brought together small brass 25s, nickel 9mm, nickel 357s and some brass Winchester 20 gauge. We say "Wow!" We use 22s in place of the 25s when available.
We've tumbled all of the casings to give them a nice luster and so there isn't a chance of residue remaining. The casings are suspended as charms and are accented with with the 20 gauge shotgun shells, set in rolled edge bezels and 5-357 sig casings, set in lace bezels. The bracelet chain is a nice meaty antique silver curb chain link and closes with a nice meaty toggle clasp. The bracelet is approximately 7 1/2 inches long. Please convo us if you need the bracelet larger or smaller.
The bracelet makes a great statement! It has a slight jingle as well! And since the casings are empty, the bracelet is lightweight...although loaded with style and originality!
As with all of our bullet casing bracelets, yours will come with our signature pistol charm.
See our other listings for more "loaded" bullet casing bracelets with coral or turquoise stones. Please convo us with your requests and questions.
Recycling at its best, The Key of A continues to bring you the newest and most creative styles of loaded charm bracelets using typewriter keys and now bullet casings.
Your bracelet will come wrapped and gift boxed to your door.
SureShot is a trademark of The Key of A, LLC. All shotgun casing jewelry and accessories found in this shop are designs from the "SureShot" collection and are both patent pending and copyrighted 2011 to present. All rights reserved.
Item No. BR-LCHRM-MM
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