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Edgar Allan Poe The Raven cuff bracelet

For your consideration is a cuff bracelet featuring an image-on-metal charm of Edgar Allan Poe.

The image and text (a fragment of contemporary paper featuring The Raven, antiqued with hand applied inks) are attached to the metal using a finishing product that creates an oil painting like look and texture. The image of Poe on metal is attached to the cuff by way of jewelry glue and "cold connection" (non-soldered) faux screw head brads.
I have further layered Raven illustrations on top The Raven text.

The bracelet is finished with copper leafing at the edges.

The bracelet base is aluminum (1 inch wide by 6 inches long) which is light and confortable to wear and yet, strong and has a nice "spring" to it. Can be gently squeezed to adjust fit.

Questions are always welcome. I ship prompty and securely using First Class parcel which reaches you in 3-5 business days. Every item comes with an organza gift bag and some pretty paper; nice to give or receive!

International customers are welcome, but please anticipate about a two day delay in your shipping. International First Class must be taken to the post in person and cannot be mailed directly from my home, so, it sometimes takes me a day or two to get International packages mailed.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Tin, aluminum, paper, finishing product, faux screw head brads
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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