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Cuff Bracelet Blanks

Shop edged cuff bracelets for embellishing with beadwork, leather or fabric. Plus raw copper, brass and aluminum bracelet cuff blanks, for etching, lashing, stamping, soldering, riveting and more.

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  • Edged cuff bracelets can be embellished with beadwork, leather, or fabric. The ends have a section that allows you to tuck the ends of beadwork or fabric out of view. These bracelets are handmade, and are not always available. Stock up when you can!
  • Channel cuff bracelets are also known as "Hair Tie Bracelets" because they are the perfect size for safely storing hair ties when you get tired of having your hair pulled back. Raw brass channel cuffs can also be used for some types of inlaid designs with resins or polymer clay.
  • Flat bracelet blanks are normally used for stamping custom words, phrases or textures... but don't let that stop you from altering them in other ways!
  • Open-style and wire cuff bracelets are perfect for covering with beads, wire or your favorite fibers.

Raw (solid) copper and brass bracelet blanks can be stamped, etched with ferric chloride, engraved, riveted and more. They are partially finished, and may require a bit of filing, sanding or tumbling, to smooth rough edges.
  • 6" copper sheet in 1/2", 1" and 2" widths are perfect bracelets strips for average size wrists.
  • 24 gauge is lightweight and easy to work with, but requires a second layer to be sturdy enough for a good bracelet. You can stamp or texture it, then rivet or solder to a bracelet blank of contrasting material.
  • 20 gauge is a good compromise: it's still easy to stamp, embellish and otherwise work with, but it's also sturdy enough to hold up when worn as a bracelet.
  • 14-gauge bracelet blanks are flat, and pre-cut to 5-3/4" (for small/medium wrists), 6-1/4" (for medium/large wrists), and 7" (good size for a guy). The ends are curved, and the blanks are ready to customize!

Aluminum bracelet blanks by ImpressArt are a great alternative to sterling silver, nickel silver, or silver plated blanks. This soft, inexpensive metal allows intricate and delicate stamping designs to make complete impressions and look great. For most metals, 14-gauge would be too thick for metal stamping, but because aluminum is a soft metal, 14 gauge is a good compromise between stampability and bracelet durability. Customize aluminum blanks with metal stamps, texture hammers, rivets and engravers. After stamping or otherwise embellishing, these bracelets can easily be bent on an oval bracelet mandrel or using the E-Z Bender tool. They polish up beautifully! more info about aluminum

ImpressArt aluminum bracelet blanks are transitioning to a new look and feel. They will be made of the same high quality alloy as ImpressArt's other aluminum blanks, so they will be more malleable, making them easier to stamp and bend. ImpressArt bracelets will also feature new squared ends, providing a more comfortable feel and a sleeker, more timeless look than the current rounded ends. This transition will take some time -- some sizes/shapes will transition sooner than others.


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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 1-1/2" - Silver Plated (Each)

    $4.79
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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 1" - Silver Plated (Each)

    $4.79
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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 1-1/2" - Polished Brass (Each)

    $4.79
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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 1" - Polished Brass (Each)

    $4.79
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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 3/4" - Polished Brass (Each)

    $4.79
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 3/4" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $2.99
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 1-1/4" - Silver Plated (Each)

    $4.79
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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 3/4" - Silver Plated (Each)

    $4.79
    Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert...
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  • Ice Resin Leather Adhesive works well to glue leather to metal jewelry findings. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Cuff Bracelet with Edges, 1-1/4" - Polished Brass (Each)

    $4.79
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 1/2" Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $3.06
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  • These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. 2021 Update: ImpressArt aluminum bracelet blanks are transitioning to a new look and feel. more info See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. 2021 Update: ImpressArt aluminum bracelet blanks are transitioning to a new look and feel. more info See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt 14g Aluminum Cuff Bracelet Blank, 6x5/8" (Each)

    ImpressArt
    $0.83
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. 2021 Update: ImpressArt aluminum...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Solid Copper Cuff Bracelet Finding, 3/4" x 5.75" (Each)

    $4.82
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 1-1/2" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $4.11
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  • These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt 14g Aluminum Cuff Bracelet Blank, 6x3/8" (Each)

    ImpressArt
    $0.65
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 2" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $5.37
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Solid Copper Cuff Bracelet Finding, 1/2" x 5.75" (Each)

    $3.78
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Finding, Cuff, Concave, 3/4" (Each)

    $3.06
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated brass that has been formed from sheet and  wire. Grease can remain on the items from the machine during the manufacturing process.    To remove grease or tarnish, use warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots), or alcohol and a cotton ball will do the trick.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw brass is unplated brass that has been formed from sheet and  wire. Grease can remain on the items from the machine during the manufacturing process.    To remove grease or tarnish, use warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots), or alcohol and a cotton ball will do the trick.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 1.5" Concave Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $3.94
    Raw brass is unplated brass that has been formed from sheet and wire. Grease can remain on the items from the machine during the manufacturing process. To remove grease or tarnish, use warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots), or alcohol...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 1/2x6-1/4" (Each)

    $4.32
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 3/4 x 7" (Each)

    $5.95
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 3/4x5-3/4" (Each)

    $5.07
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 1/4 x 7" (Each)

    $3.13
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper 2" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $3.96
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot,...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 3/8 x 7" (Each)

    $3.94
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Solid Copper Cuff Bracelet Finding, 1/4" x 5.75" (Each)

    $2.41
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, and/or remove rough edges, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper Sheet, 20 Gauge, 6x0.5" (pack)

    $7.57
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, and/or remove rough edges,...
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  • These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt 14g Aluminum Cuff Bracelet Blank, 6x1.5" (Each)

    ImpressArt
    $1.47
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below)...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 1/2 x 7" (Each)

    $5.10
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 2" Concave Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $5.37
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 3/4x6-1/4" (Each)

    $5.71
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  • Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Centerline 3 Row Cuff, 5.5x.38" - Rhodium Plated (Each)

    $5.79
    Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times,...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper 1-1/2" Concave Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $5.17
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot,...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, and/or remove rough edges, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper Sheet, 20 Gauge, 6x2" (pack)

    $25.88
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, and/or remove rough edges,...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Solid Copper Cuff Bracelet Finding, 3/4 x 7" (Each)

    $6.34
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper...
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  • Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times, thermally bonded thread such as 0.006" Fireline or Wildfire is suggested (so you don't pierce your thread). Some beaders prefer the slight stretch of Size D Nymo or S-Lon, or Size E or F silk thread. Many people prefer the flexibility of big-eye needles, as it's easier to wiggle a slightly flexible needle through the beads. Other people prefer the strength of beading needles.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Centerline 3 Row Cuff, 5.5x.38" - Gold Plated (Each)

    $7.47
    Centerline™ Components by the BeadSmith are metal jewelry findings designed for use with size 11 Miyuki Delicas, but they can also be used as a foundation for 3D bead embellishment or wirelashing. When passing through Delica beads multiple times,...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper 2" Concave Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $6.73
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot,...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, and/or remove rough edges, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper Sheet, 24 Gauge, 6x0.5" (pack)

    $7.15
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, and/or remove rough edges,...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Solid Copper Cuff Bracelet Finding, 1/4 x 7" (Each)

    $2.97
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 1" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $3.43
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper 1-1/2" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $5.17
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot,...
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  • These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt Aluminum Cuff Bracelet Blank, Tapered, 6x5/8" (Each)

    ImpressArt
    $0.78
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making...
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  • A Tip on Using Silver Plated Amate Studios Bezels      On plated Amate Studios bezels, the plating is applied after  hand-soldering is complete to create a more uniform finish.    Baking, firing or otherwise applying heat may cause this plating  to melt and/or discolor. For best results with polymer clay, do not  bake your designs in silver plated Amate Studios findings. Instead,  shape your piece to fit then bake it alone and glue it into the  bezel after it has cooled.    See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Amate Studios Silver Plated Bracelet Component, Cuff, Small (Each)

    Amate Studios
    $3.80
    A Tip on Using Silver Plated Amate Studios Bezels On plated Amate Studios bezels, the plating is applied after hand-soldering is complete to create a more uniform finish. Baking, firing or otherwise applying heat may cause this plating to melt...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 1/2x5-3/4" (Each)

    $3.84
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give an effortless high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.    See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 1/4" Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $2.13
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give an effortless high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them.To create an...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Finding, Cuff, Open, 1" (Each)

    $9.04
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Solid Copper Cuff Bracelet Finding, 3/8 x 7" (Each)

    $3.87
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Copper 1" Concave Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $4.32
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot,...
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  • If your custom centerpiece has loops with an inner diameter smaller than 2mm, or you'd like to use a sterling silver bezel cup with this, use sterling jump rings to attach your centerpiece.   Green Silver  All our sterling silver items are nickel free. And this sterling silver item is even better! This item is made from environmentally responsible green silver.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help! If your custom centerpiece has loops with an inner diameter smaller than 2mm, or you'd like to use a sterling silver bezel cup with this, use sterling jump rings to attach your centerpiece.   Green Silver  All our sterling silver items are nickel free. And this sterling silver item is even better! This item is made from environmentally responsible green silver.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Sterling Silver Bracelet, Cuff, Half Round Wire (Each)

    $11.05
    If your custom centerpiece has loops with an inner diameter smaller than 2mm, or you'd like to use a sterling silver bezel cup with this, use sterling jump rings to attach your centerpiece. Green Silver All our sterling silver items are nickel free...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Finding, Cuff, Concave, 1/2" (Each)

    $2.45
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Finding, Cuff, Open, 1/2" (Each)

    $7.82
    Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and...
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  • These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt 14g Aluminum Cuff Bracelet Blank, 7x5/8" (Each)

    ImpressArt
    $0.93
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Peel off the protective blue film before using. See Related Products links (below)...
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  •   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Solid Copper Cuff Bracelet Finding, 1/2 x 7" (Each)

    $4.88
    Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes. To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 1/4x5-3/4" (Each)

    $2.34
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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  • These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating  (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or  hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating  (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or  hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt 16g Brass Petite Cuff Bracelet Blank, 3/8x5" (Each)

    ImpressArt
    $1.64
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional...
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  • These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.  14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend the smaller stamps (it's easier to get a deep impression with small stamps), or annealing the metal before stamping.Raw copper is unplated, and may not be as shiny and smooth as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use copper cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To remove rough edges and give a beautiful high polish to raw copper items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw copper, apply an oxidizing solution. This works especially well to bring out the details in any texturing or stamping you've added.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Bracelet Blank, Copper Cuff, 1/4x6-1/4" (Each)

    $2.55
    These bracelet blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (etching, stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. 14-gauge copper can be a little tough to stamp. We recommend...
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