Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Something Western This Way Comes

*all are now sold

I made a few tinkling cuffs just the way I like them, not too frilly or prissy with just the right amount of grit. I used my century old stamps to add a pinch of antiquity and sincerity to them.


The rectangle stone is from the kingman mine in Arizona, the two robins egg colored stones are from the royston mine in Nevada and the blue lapis is a local California stone.


These are here just in time to stack with your other cuffs to tinkle away when you point out the sights on your summer excursions.

They are sized for a medium wrist say about 7 inches. They can be sprung open a bit to accommodate a larger wrist or I can size them smaller on request.


These girls will be making their way to etsy on Thursday if not claimed here. I have not had time to take pictures of them modeled yet. This is a picture of a bracelet I made a little while back with similar proportions, to give an idea as to how they look when worn.

Happy Tuesday all,It feels like summer with school finishing up here, summer vacations will be straight away I imagine. Yeeehaw!
xoxo Ro

17 comments:

  1. oh how i love these, i cannot choose a favorite, they are all fantastic.

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    1. Thank you momma Lori. I've seen some pretty ones on your arm!

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  2. Love the personality of these antique stamps--they make this cuff something really special, hints of stories and Western sunsets and dreams around a campfire...just like today's post title.

    :-)

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  3. Thank you Caroline, I think those stamps and stones are just the right combination too ;)

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  4. They are beautiful! Just perfection, itself!

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  5. These are lovely...and the delicate stamp designs are perfect.
    jenni

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  6. Thank you so much talented ladies!

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  7. oh man, winner winner chicken dinner!
    xx
    julie

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  8. I'm not surprised that these beauties are already sold, fabulous work Ro!~~

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  9. I agree ShannonAnn.....they ARE beautiful, and yes -! No surprise that they flew away so fast!!

    Lovely, Ro! Wow. :o)

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  10. More Please!

    I love everything about them...size, stamps, designs and stones.

    Brilliant!

    xo

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  11. I'll get right on that Cinder :)

    Thank you SO much!!

    xoxo

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