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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 :-)


    This listing is for a single, medium weight sterling silver bangle, that I've made oval, soldered some balls to and used a burr to drill out the tiny dots. I've then applied patination so that the  recesses are more visible.


    I've coordinating earrings and pendants too


    I used recycled sterling wire, 3mm thick to form these bangles, which means each is over the weight that requires formal hallmarking at the London Assay Office (ie more than 7.78g) These 4bangles are at London Assay Office at the moment, waiting to be punched with their 2023, Coronation Assay marks. I expect them to be returned early August

    The sizes for these four are:

    Bangle A: 62mm x 55mm internal diameters, 19cm internal circumference, 17.4g

    Bangle B: 64mm x 56mm internal diameters, 19.5cm internal circumference, 18g

    Bangle C: 66mm x 57mm internal diameters, 19.75cm internal circumference, 17.2g

    Bangle D: 71mm x 63mm internal diameters, 21.5cm internal circumference, 19.5g


    If none of these suit, then please message me to see what the lead in time is likely to be for my next batch to be sent off to the Assay Office currently -  if I need to make one for you lead in can be up to 13 weeks.


    Each is slightly different because of how I make them, as shown in these photos



    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.

    Sterling silver, dotted bangle - patinated

    • Sterling Silver will eventually oxidise or tarnish. It's a natural process that can be slowed down by regular wear and by keeping unworn items away from the atmosphere. If you leave your jewellery out on display, this oxidisation will be faster.  You can polish up your items, with a soft cloth, some silver polish, or a buffing cloth such as Town Talk, which is readily available from any high street jewellers in the UK

      Fine silver is 99.9% silver, and because of this the tarnish rate is much, much slower. Again, a buff should do the job for polishing it back up. If I have patinated your silver already, be gentle when buffing!

      Each piece should stand up to regular wear, but , as with all jewellery, please remove it before washing, using chemicals or applying perfume etc

      Apply body lotion and perfume a few minutes before putting on your jewellery to help slow down tarnish

      The sterling silver used in these items was sold to me by my bullion dealer ass certified recycled.

      he gemstones I use have been sold to me by reputable dealers as untreated (unless stated specifically in the listing). They are a natural, organic creation from the earth and each one will be slightly different. You can see examples of this on my Facebook page.
      I select the stones that I think go together best for each project, hence my comments that each item is individual.