This pressing was designed for use as a 2” wide by 6” long cuff bracelet, but could also be used for any jewelry or craft project.


Hop on over to the tutorial for making your own cuff bracelet


Making a cuff bracelet with this pressing:

For making a cuff bracelet simply cut around the outside of the border with a guillotine shear or jeweler’s saw. Use a file to smooth the edges and round the corners.


Then apply Liver of Sulfur or your choice of patina (following the manufacturer’s instructions) to accentuate the beautiful scroll pattern. After applying a patina or darkening agent, use 2000 grit wet/dry sandpaper to lightly sand the raised scrollwork to highlight the details.


Form the bracelet on a bracelet forming mandrel.


Finish by tumbling in a rotary tumbler with stainless steel shot, a little water, and a drop or two of Dawn dishwashing liquid or hand polish with a Sunshine polishing cloth.


With Metal Maven’s patterned metals in your metalsmithing tool kit, your jewelry pieces will be transformed with added interest, detail, character, and charm!


Our collection of patterned sterling silver sheet pressings are perfect for adding texture to your pieces. The patterns work well for backgrounds, back plates, or focal pieces. You can use them as is, or add patina, embellishments, bezels for stones, or even saw out areas of the designs.

Elegant Scrollwork Cuff with Border Sterling Silver Pattern Pressing

SKU: 601420.02-20SS
  • Our patterned sheets come unfinished and might have a slight curve due to the rolling process. They usually also have a slight margin around the edges which is also a result of the rolling process.

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