Cuff Jewellery

Cuff Jewellery . . .

Silver with 9ct red gold inlay . . . 
                             silver with pierced design . . . 

Cuff jewellery. Each bracelet is handmade and a one-off, they are unique, a bit like you. The design is developed from Laissez-faire. There’s just a very few. I only designed and made one or two of each style.

The gold isn’t a surface inlayed in to a scratch. It goes all they way through to the other side of the cuff and is the same thickness as it. It was really hard to hand make in this way but worth it as the result is far better than inlay, much better quality and well worth the effort.

I have a couple for sale. If you would like one contact me and I’ll see what I have and can discuss details with you, what’s available, the price, delivery and so on.

The item’s in the photograph’s are going to be one of the ones you will receive.

They are Hallmarked at the Assay Office, Edinburgh and bear the dual mark for gold and silver on the metal cuffs that are made with both metals.

 

Cuff jewellery, silver with 9 ct red gold inlay, handmade, hand polished. One-off. A part of the Laissez-faire Collection. Presented in a white bracelet box with a black trim.

Cuff jewellery, silver with 9 ct red gold inlay, handmade, hand polished. One-off. A part of the Laissez-faire Collection. Presented in a white bracelet ● Not available

Cuff jewellery, silver with pierced design, handmade, hand polished. One-off. A part of the Laissez-faire Collection. Presented in a white bracelet box with a black trim.

Cuff jewellery, silver with pierced design, handmade, satin finish. One-off. A part of the Laissez-faire Collection. Presented in a white bracelet box with a black trim.

Cuff jewellery, silver with 9 ct red gold inlay, handmade, hand polished. One-off. A part of the Sils Maria Collection. Presented in a white bracelet box with a black trim.

Cuff jewellery, silver with pierced design, handmade, hand polished. One-off. A part of the Sils Maria Collection. Presented in a white bracelet box with a black trim.

Showing the dual marks for Gold and Silver. Hallmarked at the Assay Office Edinburgh, Scotland. The Makers Mark is Gary Morga registered since 1977.