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Gemstone Rain Cloud Decoration
A sparkling hanging ornament with pretty blue lace agate raindrops. Inspired by gentle summer rainfall, when the sun shines through each droplet reflecting shimmering watery tones. This copper wire work design is kinetic with droplets that hang from the cloud frame and gently swing with movement.
£24.00 – £27.00
Arthritis Paddle Necklace
A polished copper bar necklace set on a delicate chain, hand-made with raw solid copper designed for arthritis sufferers. The copper bar has been shaped to follow the curve of your neck line and lightly hammered and textured creating sparkles of warm coppery tones and metallic highlights. This necklace design is a contemporary take on traditional arthritis jewellery with a modern and minimalist paddle style of wire work.
£23.00 – £26.00
Arthritis Paddle Bangle
A raw copper bracelet designed as arthritis jewelry. The copper has been shaped to follow the curve of your wrist and lightly hammered with warm copper colours and metallic highlights. The ends of the wire have been formed into paddle shapes which add a softness to the design. The style is right at home alongside other metal stacking bangles. This women’s bracelet moves away from the traditional and classic bangle style of arthritis jewellery with a modern and minimalist feel.
Rain Cloud Hanging Decoration
A whimsical copper rain cloud hanging decoration with five blue grey sparkling glass rain drops falling to the ground below. This design is kinetic with dangling droplets that gently swing with movement. This pretty wire decoration loves to be hung in a sunny window for year round crystal sparkles. Each piece is lovingly crafted by hand and shares our passion of the great British weather!
£17.00 – £20.00
Arthritis Cuff Bangle
A minimal metal bangle with a small decorative opening, where the ends of the wire have been hammered into softened paddles shapes. The surface of the copper wire has been textured with gentle hammered shapes that reflect the light. The design is right at home with the stacking bangle trend. This women’s bracelet design is a contemporary take on copper jewellery for arthritis.
Geometric Mookaite Bangle
A hand-made copper wrap bangle featuring a large faceted mookaite gemstone as the centre piece. Mookaite is an opaque stone that has purple and red tones, it is of the earth and for grounding. Designed with a minimal style of wire work and a gorgeous rustic patina of the copper metal.
£34.00 – £37.00
Copper Stacking Bangles
A minimal jewelry design for women. This set of raw copper arthritis bracelets have a pretty dappled textured surface on the front side and are finished with softly shaped paddle ends. These designs leave the copper raw, which are suitable for arthritis sufferers who wish to wear copper directly against the skin. The copper has been shaped to follow the curve of your wrist and lightly hammered with warm copper colours and metallic highlights. This women’s bracelet design is a contemporary take on copper jewellery for arthritis.
Rustic Cuff Bangle
A distressed metal stacking bangle with a lightly hammered face that has a darkened patina. Hand-made from copper wire with a rustic Bohemian feel, with a minimal style and warm metallic highlights. The women’s bracelet design has a small decorative opening where the ends of the wire have been flattened into soft paddle shapes.
Rustic Paddle Bangle
A rustic chunky copper wrap around metal bangle with a textured face that has a darkened patina finish. This women’s design has a minimal style, dappled textures, with warm coppery tones and metallic highlights. The copper has been shaped to follow the curve of your wrist and lightly hammered for a weathered and distressed appearance.
Lightning Cloud Hanging Decoration
A minimal quirky styled lightning bolt rain cloud, made from copper wire wrapped with clear crackle glass beads. This contemporary wire decoration is suitable for hanging in both the home and garden and looks lovely with the sun’s rays shining through. Inspired by the great British summer when the warm weather breaks and thunder clouds roll in, I’m always hoping to see an electrical storm with plenty of lightning!