Tiffany Green Copper Cuff
Our Tiffany Green cuffs are 1" wide and made from solid copper sheet. A patina is applied to the copper, creating a textured pattern. This will vary from cuff to cuff. The cuff pictured is a sample of what you will receive. The cuff is polished and sealed.
Cuff Sizes: Please specify the size cuff you are ordering. If you are not sure what size you need, measure your wrist circumference. Please do not add in any length as we know how much to add in so you get a perfect sized cuff.
Custom Sizes are available at no additional cost. For your custom made cuff, please type your wrist measurement in the Comments box at checkout.
Wrist Circumference = Bracelet Size
6" = Small
6.25" = Medium
6.5" = Large6.75" = X-Large
Order fulfillment is 3-5 days.
NOTE: Jewelry must be removed before water activities as chemicals and salt water will damage and/or corrode components. We 100% guarantee our jewelry for one year from the time of purchase; however, jewelry worn in water is void of replacement and/or repair.
Handmade to order in the USA.
Women's Copper Cuff with Patina
Our Tiffany Green Copper Cuffs are handmade to order. The patina is applied once the cuff has been cleaned, and the patterns will always vary along with the color. Sometimes the patina looks blue, other times green, and sometimes the color is a mix of blue and green. These are truly beautiful cuffs and they couple well with our other copper bracelets for women and also with our women's leather bracelets. And be sure to check out our copper earrings and necklaces!
Some History of Copper: Copper was first dated back to 4,000 BC but now that has been changed to 11,000 BC! Being a metalsmith, I totally understand why ancient folks used this divinely beautiful metal - for that very reason, of course, and because it is malleable meaning that it is easy to form. And I'm sure ancient people discovered that when heated, copper is even easier to shape. Or perhaps copper was in abundance. Regardless of the reasons why copper was used in 11,000 BC, it is one of my favorite metals.
Copper is versatile. You can let it patina, or tarnish, naturally. If you want to keep your copper jewelry looking like it did on when you first purchased it, you will want to store it in a plastic baggie to keep it dry. Moisture in the air and in our skin is what causes the metal to change color. You can also seal the underside of the copper - any part that touches your skin - with clear fingernail polish. With our jewelry, you should not put the polish on the tops of the copper pieces as this might alter the design if you purchased a stamped bracelet. And rest assured, our Tiffany Green Copper Cuffs are sealed with a clear enamel spray, both top and bottom. The bottom, or part that touches your skin, can wear off over time and then you can apply polish. You'll know it is wearing off when your skin starts to turn color.