Pink Sea Glass & Sterling Silver Chain Bracelet, Hallmarked
This beautiful bracelet is a unique ‘one of a kind’ piece, made from genuine pink sea glass which has been set into a handcrafted sterling silver bezel setting and attached on each side to two strands of silver link chain that fasten together with a trigger clasp. It has been fully hallmarked by The London Assay Office.
A truly special piece of jewellery and perfect for any sea lover!
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This bracelet is made from a piece of genuine, locally found sea glass which has been set into a fine silver and sterling silver bezel setting, handcrafted in its entirety using wire and sheet metal.
The sea glass is in lovely condition with a smooth, lightly frosted and tactile surface, and is a truly stunning colour in a gorgeous pale lavender pink or ‘sun purple’ which is one of the rarest and most popular sea glass shades. It has a lovely translucency which enables you to still see through to the silver base and creates beautiful shadows within it.
The sea glass is softly oblong in shape with rounded corners. It measures approximately 23mm by 13mm at the widest points, and the bezel setting as a whole measures 22mm long, 13mm wide and is 5mm deep at the thickest point. You can find out a little more about the sea glass I use further down this page.
The main setting has been attached on either side to two lengths of solid silver belcher chain, each of which is 3mm thick. The overall length of the whole bracelet is 20cm and it fastens with a trigger clasp; however there are four individual rings at the fastening end which enable the bracelet to be worn at various lengths between 16 and 20cm depending on comfort and preference of fit.
The whole piece including the chain has been polished to a high shine.
Due to its weight this bracelet has been fully hallmarked by The London Assay Office as 925 Sterling Silver and also includes my own unique sponsor’s/makers mark ‘KAT’. This serves as a guarantee of authenticity to prove that the metal is of the quality and finesse described.
About The Packaging & Shipping
Due to weight and value, this bracelet will be carefully gift wrapped and presented in a ribbon-tied cardboard gift box. All items are sent in mailing boxes/mailing bags or padded envelopes as appropriate. Shipping within the UK is FREE via Royal Mail First Class with an upgrade to Special Delivery available for an additional charge at checkout.
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About The Sea Glass
Sea glass is broadly defined as glass which has been discarded into the oceans or on beaches, thereafter spending many decades being gently tumbled by the waves. This gives it the characteristic smooth edges and beautiful frosted appearance which defines it. Every piece of sea glass I use is authentic, genuine sea glass – the majority of which has been personally collected by me from the pebbly beaches along The Solent in Hampshire, where I live.
The quality and colour of each piece determines its rarity and subsequent value, and this will be described in the sale listing and if relevant reflected in the price. I will always try to show the colour as accurately as possible in images.
Each item of sea glass jewellery I make is totally unique and ‘one of a kind’ and will only ever be listed for sale once – the pictures you see here in the shop listing will be of the exact item that will be received by the customer.
All glass is carefully washed and checked for any sharp or rough edges prior to being used.
About The Jewellery & The Materials I Use
I mainly work with fine silver, 925 sterling silver and 935 argentium sterling silver. The latter is a fairly new alloy which is stronger, brighter, and whiter than traditional sterling and is highly tarnish resistant.
Argentium is also hypoallergenic, making it great for those who have an allergy to traditional sterling silver. I also use copper and brass in my work and often combine it with silver to create more striking mixed-metal designs.
PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with British law, all silver items over 7.78 grams will be hallmarked by The London Assay Office, complete with my maker’s mark ‘KAT’. The exact Hallmarking stamp for metal type will be governed by the lowest classification grade of silver in a piece, which in the majority of cases for my work will be 925 sterling silver. Items under 7.78 grams in weight are not required to be hallmarked by law, but any description will always accurately state the exact composition of metals used. For more information please see the London Assay Office Dealer’s Notice HERE.
Every item I make is handcrafted by me to my own designs. Due to the nature of the materials and techniques used, most pieces are unique and ‘one of a kind’, especially when featuring sea glass or other natural materials.
Honesty and accuracy is important to me and most things will be listed and photographed individually – if an item is described as being ‘one of a kind’ then the pictures you see will be of the exact item that will be received by a customer.
If I do create a design that can be accurately reproduced then I may make more than one at a time. This means the same images may be used on repeat listings, where due to the nature of handmade jewellery manufacturing methods there may be some very slight differences or variations between the item shown in photographs and the actual one received.
I will only do so if these variations are absolutely minimal, and in all cases you are always welcome to request more information or images for any item I have for sale before making a purchase.
All the jewellery I sell is handmade and as such requires special treatment to ensure its longevity.
Please take care to protect it from contact with such things as perfumes, hair sprays, moisturisers and cleaning fluids etc which may contain ingredients that can tarnish or otherwise affect the materials from which it is made. Bleach products in particular can very quickly tarnish silver metals.
Sea glass is somewhat toughened by the tumbling process it has undergone, but ultimately it is still glass and needs to be treated appropriately. In the event that it should become marked or scratched on the surface, a gentle cleaning with a soft brush (such as a toothbrush) and some soapy water should help fix this.
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