Cat Bates

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Seagull Cuff

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Seagull Cuff

from 185.00

The sculpting is based on bones from either side of a seagull skeleton.  The two finials of this cuff are mirrored forms, unlike the finals of any bone found in nature. 

Brass, Shibuitchi, or Sterling Silver

Finish Options:

  • Traditional (3rd & 4th)
  • Raw (1st & 2nd, 5th & 6th)

Metal Options:

  • Brass (3rd - 6th)
  • Shibuitchi (1st & 2nd)
  • Sterling Silver (not pictured)

Size medium only - scroll all the way down for details

Brass cuffs usually ships within three weeks.  Silver & shibuitchi cuffs are generally made to order, and may take up to six weeks to deliver.   

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The sculpting is based on bones from either side of a seagull skeleton.  The two finials of this cuff are mirrored forms, unlike the finals of any bone found in nature. 

Brass, Shibuitchi, or Sterling Silver

Finish Options:

  • Traditional (3rd & 4th)
  • Raw (1st & 2nd, 5th & 6th)

Metal Options:

  • Brass (3rd - 6th)
  • Shibuitchi (1st & 2nd)
  • Sterling Silver (not pictured)

Size medium only - scroll all the way down for details

Brass cuffs usually ships within three weeks.  Silver & shibuitchi cuffs are generally made to order, and may take up to six weeks to deliver.   

 
 

The Seagull cuff has an interior width of 2 3/8" and a height of 1 3/4".  The opening is standard 1 1/8", but can be adjusted up to 1/2" larger or smaller.  The material circumference of the cuff (excluding opening) is 5 3/4". The cuff standard best fits a 6" to 6 1/2" circumference wrist (depending on preference of snugness).  If a dramatically larger or smaller size is required (meaning the material circumference needs to be changed) I am happy to do so for a $50 fee.  Please contact me to discuss

The bones which the inspired this piece were found on Monhegan island a few summers ago.  The original model was hand-carved in wax as a straight piece.  This was cast in bronze, then forged to shape.  From this pattern a rubber mold was made.  The cuff is lost wax cast in the USA and hand finished in house.  This piece ages particularly nicely, and can be worn with the finales facing the outside or inside of the wrist.