A very wide weighty cuff, medium size. Lightly bruised and crinkled/creased (on a tree stump, actually) then broadly scored/cut with a series of paths and journeys meeting, crossing, parting. Underlaid with rhythmic scuffed texture, which moves in bruises with the drifting dotwork. The bold heavy shape is given edge and refinement with a notched centre either side. All heavily oxidised/part-removed several times to get varying degrees of shade and dark. Rubbed back and part-polished, to bring shine to the edges and centre. Striking, unique, instantly noticeable, with edge and darkness but also a delicate, dancing, intricate light. 150mm long x 20mm wide and 1.5mm thick with a 25mm opening.
Hallmarked consisting of Maker's mark, Traditional Fineness mark, Millesimal Fineness mark, Assay Office mark and Date Letter mark.
Try to avoid wearing your jewellery when swimming, playing sport, gardening, doing DIY or in contact with chemicals, such as household cleaning agents, etc. If you are storing your jewellery for any length of time, wrap it in tissue/cloth and seal in an airtight bag to prevent oxidation. When cleaning jewellery, never use commercial chemical jewellery-cleaners, which invariably weaken the metal and can cause damage. Simply wash in mild soapy water, rinse and wipe clean. Then lightly polish with a soft cloth (a glasses-lense cloth is ideal).