Custom hand stamped bracelet cuff - 3/8"x 6" 18 gauge copper, customized bracelet, personalized bracelet, custom jewelry


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Bracelet length: 6 Inches; Bracelet width: 1/4 Inches

Custom hand stamped bracelet cuff. 3/8" by 6" - 18 gauge copper.

Copper will develop a natural patina over time; this is to be expected. Keeping your jewelry clean will help prevent oxidation. Take off your jewelry every night and wipe it with a clean soft cloth to slow the oxidation process. You can bring back the "new penny" shine by cleaning with lemon juice or by simply scouring the piece with 0000 steel wool. This will not damage your bracelet.

Each bracelet cuff is hand crafted for you one letter at a time, so no two pieces will ever be identical! Letters may not be in a perfect, straight line - this is to be expected with hand-stamped jewelry and adds to the overall charm of each piece.

Custom made jewelry is NOT REFUNDABLE. If I have made a mistake on your order, please let me know immediately and I will correct it. Please note, I will use the exact spelling you give me on custom orders!

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Meet PetriDesigns

Carrie Petri

Carrie Petri

Kenosha, Wisconsin

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The short answer: No. I don't mass produce and I source my materials from other small shops.

I am the smallest of small businesses in that Petri Designs is literally just me, in my basement at home, with one heat press and one printer. Everything that I sell is designed, printed, pressed, etched, cut, polished, and shipped by me, one piece at a time.

I source most of my materials from other small businesses, many of them here on Etsy. Since I am not a big corporation, I don't get any material discounts or shipping discounts like a mass producer would.

My pricing is determined by my cost of materials and labor. It's set as reasonably as I can while still making a small profit. Thank you for understanding!


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