by Natalia Bianco.
Wire wrapping is one of my favourite techniques that I use in my jewellery making.
I started making this bracelet whilst at a craft show and then finished it on the train home!
The wire I used in it was copper. This piece has a mixture of recycled copper and new wire.
I have used a mixture of stones including turquoise, unakite, coral, lapis lazuli, larvakite and garnet.
I wanted to make a cuff that would fit everybody and that could be bent to sit asymmetrically across the wrist.
I also wanted it to retain an elegance to it and the spirals at the two ends of the cuff do this.
Spiral Craft Jewellery
You have a lovely touch with wire, Natalia. (I just spent quite a while enjoying the eye candy on your website as well!)
I love “one size fits most” bracelets like this one – I find them more comfortable since I can adjust them exactly to my desired fit.
Thank you for sharing this beautifully curvy bracelet with us!
Your work inspired me…
by: dreamy jewelry
I check you web page and you work inspired me
i recent star working with wired, one day i would like to be as good as you.
Keep the great work!!!
by: Angie S
Your bracelet is beautiful! I love all of the colors you used, AND they graduated size adds even more!
Striking and Beautiful!
by: Wicked Kitty
This bracelet really caught my eye! Beautiful work and it’s very unusual…..which is what we’re all seeking (I think?) Congrats on a stunning piece!
Spiral Copper Cuff
It’s gorgeous, and I’d love to make one, too 🙂