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I have hand crafted a beautiful and highly fashionable Titanium bracelet for you! This bracelet is made from 18 gauge 5/16" inner diameter rings and was hand crafted by yours truly -- A U.S. Soldier and Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran. :-)
The pattern I used is called 4-in-1 Half Persian. This is a complicated design that takes a long time to weave and a great deal of strength to make due to the hardness of Titanium. This is a very comfortable and nice size bracelet that would be ideal for anyone that wants to make a statement with their jewelery. The statement this one makes is that you are a person of strength, class, and excellent tastes for the highest-quality jewelry you can buy. The rings I used for this bracelet are made of 18 gauge Grade 5 Titanium wire and are light and dainty, perfect for ladies or children. It will look stunning on your wrist. It is extremely comfortable and wears very, very well.
Titanium is very light for its size and feels very pleasant on your skin. It is also a good choice for folks that have allergies to silver as it is completely hypoallergenic. This is a space-age metal that is used in high-tech applications such as jet propulsion, medical implants (due to their strength and hypo-allergenic properties), and satellites (due to its strength and light weight).
The bracelet is currently 9 inches long. This will fit a wrist of around 7.25 to 7.5 inches circumference very well. I can size the bracelet up or down two inches at this price. That should cover most sizes of wrists.
The clasp is a Berkeley Point #2 stainless clip. These are the highest quality findings available for this type bracelet. It is extremely strong. Alternatively, I can use a #1 clip that is a little smaller, if you prefer. No additional charge...just let me know and I'll fix it up for you.
Thanks for looking!
A little about me...
I am an Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran and am still serving as my ETS date is not until 2012. I enjoy making 550 cord bracelets and chainmaille bracelets and have been doing both for many years now. It has become more important to me recently as I have PTSD and it helps with that a bit. I use the money to upgrade the "lowest-bidder" manufactured equipment that is issued to us as soldiers. Thank you so much for your support!