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  • I love a bangle. I really do. I have a whole range I wear myself, and I particularly like them to stack up so that I jingle gently everywhere I go :-)

    I was asked to make a commemorative ribbon bangle, and this is how you can order something similar yourself. The pricing is a guide line, based on the average cost of a gemstone, and personalisation of one date, and a short name. If you want a whole phrase stamping, or a costly gemstone I'll need to price that up for you - please send me a message to tell me what you would like, and I'll be back in touch with the current costs, for a no obligation chat about your request.

    This  would be a single, light-weight sterling silver bangle. The (literal) twist with these, is that I have treated them as though they were seaweed washed up on the shore at Budleigh, and also added one of my Budleigh pebbles

    I use recycled sterling sheet to form these bangles, working with a 1.1mm thick ribbon of silver, which means each is over the weight that requires formal hallmarking at the London Assay Office (ie more than 7.78g) 

    Shown are ones with 3mm brilliant cut gemstones, flush set into recycled pebbles - a  bright blue topaz (the birthstone for Sagittarius / November), and a ruby (July or December)

     

    If you would like one with your own choice of text and stone, please message me to see what my current stock is, and what my current processing time is if I need to make one for you - I have to post them off to the Assay Office, so lead in can be up to 13 weeks

     

    I've priced up for simple stamping and a variety of gems below. The price of the gemstone might fluctuate - for example I've priced for a standard 3mm blue sapphire, a pink sapphire would would be costlier.

     

     

    NOTES:
    Wrist vary as do fists.
    Small tends to be about 6-6.5 inches (15-16.5cm), medium 6.5-7.5 inches (16.5-19cm), large 7.5-8.5 inches (19-21.5cm).

     

    An easy way to measure your bangle size (if you don't have a perfect one to compare) is to cut a strip of stiff card (like from a cereal packet) and tape it into a ring, adjusting it until it's the perfect dimension for sliding on and off, without deforming it, and then measure the internal diameter

     

    All my silver is now bought as certified recycled eco-silver, made from 100% scrap / recycled silver which has been fully refined to ensure it is of the same quality as traditional sterling, but of course without the environmental impact of mining it.