Navy Conifer Recycled Perspex Cuff Bracelet 10mm by Sue Gregor

  • Colours: Navy
  • Size: 10mm cuff/bracelet/bangle
  • Small: 150mm length + 25mm gap; 58mm diameter
  • Medium: 159mm length + 28mm gap; 65mm diameter
  • Large: 170mm length + 35mm gap; 72mm diameter
  • Plants: conifer
  • British fashion - grown and handmade in the U.K.
  • Materials: 100% Recycled and Recyclable Acrylic (Perspex)
  • Packed in a gift box ready for giving
  • Shipped anywhere in the world

This perspex cuff (or bracelet) is made using conifer leaves. I collect, dry and press the leaves then heat the acrylic and press the leaves into the surface. I use them as a stencil to apply the colours (in this case Navy Blue), which give my botanical jewellery a contemporary feel. The conifer leaf is then peeled off to reveal the design. This is a method of dying and embossing plastic I developed myself. I call it 'fossilized plastic' due to the fine details, like fossils, that are captured on the embossed surface.

Features

  • Primary Material : 100% Recycled Perspex
  • Inside Diameter (mm) : 58, 65 and 72
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Hallmarked : No

Cleaning Instructions

Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

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Navy Conifer Recycled Perspex Cuff Bracelet 10mm

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Cuffs
by Sue Gregor

  • Colours: Navy
  • Size: 10mm cuff/bracelet/bangle
  • Small: 150mm length + 25mm gap; 58mm diameter
  • Medium: 159mm length + 28mm gap; 65mm diameter
  • Large: 170mm length + 35mm gap; 72mm diameter
  • Plants: conifer
  • British fashion - grown and handmade in the U.K.
  • Materials: 100% Recycled and Recyclable Acrylic (Perspex)
  • Packed in a gift box ready for giving
  • Shipped anywhere in the world

This perspex cuff (or bracelet) is made using conifer leaves. I collect, dry and press the leaves then heat the acrylic and press the leaves into the surface. I use them as a stencil to apply the colours (in this case Navy Blue), which give my botanical jewellery a contemporary feel. The conifer leaf is then peeled off to reveal the design. This is a method of dying and embossing plastic I developed myself. I call it 'fossilized plastic' due to the fine details, like fossils, that are captured on the embossed surface.

Cleaning Instructions

Wipe clean with a damp cloth.