This etched copper cuff bracelet / bangle bearing leaping hares and a central moongazing hare has been heat treated to create a vibrant multicoloured patina: this will deepen over time. I have developed a technique of literally 'painting' with a flame to manipulate the shape and direction of the colours. Although there is a degree of control, each piece is unique, as the colour patina cannot be replicated exactly.
Bangle is approximately 19cm in circumference, 5cm width
colour patination and etch may vary slightly
please note that the image shows the first example of this cuff, and colours may vary from those in the piece you receive, though every effort is made to duplicate the original patina as much as possible.
Based on British and Celtic mythology, the hare is a symbol of birth / re-birth and spring and is synonymous with Easter and the Spring Equinox, Ostara.
This item will be posted to you by Anna McDade Jewellery, Illustration and Design within 3 days of receiving payment.
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Designed by Anna McDade in Huddersfield
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