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"Keum boo" is an ancient Korean process of bonding 24 kt gold foil to sterling or fine silver. I use a 700-degree hot plate and an agate or metal burnisher to bond the gold to the piece of jewelry.

The stones I set into my jewelry are man-made stones. Because the precious metal clay jewelry is fired at a very high temperature (1110 to 1470 degrees), synthetic stones remain colorfast when they are fired.

To inquire about any of the bracelets below, please contact me. I can also custom design a piece
or put together jewelry sets, made to order just for you!

Asian-inspired bracelet of fine silver,
ss and red coral.
Chinese circles of fine silver with hand-formed ss wire chain. Bracelet has magnetized clasp.
1/3-cuff bracelet - fine silver, oxidized. Cuff has three stones: peridot, topaz & amethyst. Fine silver swirl bracelet on hand-wrapped
wire chain.
Half-cuff layered cuff bracelet. Button oxidized fine silver bracelet.
Mirror finish half cuff bracelet with
oxidized pussy willow flowers.
Half-cuff bracelet taken from a leaf,
with various color stones.
Flower bracelet with german silver beads. Leaves & flower with dichroic glass center.
Primitive-style link bracelet. Half cuff bracelet with tree branches,
clasp is blown glass.
"Buckle" bracelet with triple sterling chain.