Women's Rodeo Junkie Copper Bracelet
Bracelets are made with 5 mm flat brown leather and a strong magnetic clasp.
Copper Charms: Feather, hummingbird, longhorn, rattlesnake, sun, sunflower, wing
Bracelet Sizes: Please specify the size bracelet 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 bracelet.
Custom Sizes are available at no additional cost. For your custom made bracelet, please type your wrist measurement in the Comments box at checkout.
Wrist Circumference = Bracelet Size
5.75" = X-Small
6" = Small
6.25" = Medium
6.5" = Large
6.75" = 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 Stamped Copper and Leather Bracelet
We love the look of leather and it is complemented with our high-quality Greek leather and a strong magnetic clasp. Be sure to add a Vintage Braided Women's Leather Bracelet to your cart to get the perfect stacked look when wearing your Rodeo Junkie copper bracelet for women. With seven colors available at a very affordable cost, there's certainly a bracelet that is perfect for you!
Copper tends to tarnish if left out to open air. I always store my copper jewelry in a plastic bag if I don't want it to tarnish. Tarnishing is caused due to exposure to air. This can cause the copper to turn green or dark brown - certainly very attractive if that is how you want your copper to look. But if you don't, the oxidation (tarnishing) will be greatly slowed down if your copper jewelry is stored in a well-sealing plastic bag. You can also place a silicone packet that comes in other everyday products that we routinely purchase in your plastic bag. This packet absorbs moisture in the air which also reduces oxidation.
Personally, I love how the copper changes with oxidation but if you don't, you now know how to preserve your metal.