Touch of Silver

You’ve landed in the right spot if you’re shopping for handmade artisan dangle earrings, chain necklaces or southwest jewelry. Using high quality materials including argentium sterling silver, pewter, and gold-filled components, assures you that your new jewelry will have a long life.
All of my earrings are made with hand formed ear wires and many choices include hammered sterling. One of a kind sterling chain necklaces abound, using glass, ceramic and gemstone beads with an adjustable fit.

I enjoy combining turquoise, silver, copper and the earthy gemstones in my southwest jewelry. A Touch of Silver will help brighten your day… Quality Handmade jewelry you will love to wear! Visit my Etsy Shop to see all my creations

Leather Woven Bracelet

$29.00

  • Materials:
    • lead free nickel free base metal, sterling silver, ceramic button, leather
    • Ships worldwide from United States

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Description

This leather woven bracelet is made in a natural chestnut colore. Woven through an embossed base metal chain with an antique silver finish.  This piece is lead free and nickel free. The unique ceramic button provides and easy closure and lends a rustic look. Soft and flexible from the start. Great casual bracelet style.  Size: 7 1/2″ Bracelet is slightly less than 1/2″ wide.

Leather Woven Bracelet

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lead free nickel, ceramic button, leather
  • Ships worldwide from United States

Return to my shop here or you can also find more jewelry like this available for purchase at Touch of Silver on Etsy.

Barbara Sadler Swinton – Owner, Designer

The jewelry I create is inspired by nature and art. My many years walking the shores of Jones Beach on Long Island, my college years hiking and skiing the mountains of Vermont and the more recent vacation times in the Adirondacks all provide inspiration when I am in my studio.

My enjoyment of art, particularly the Impressionists, with their use of color and light also provides additional background for creativity when I sit down to create a new piece. Whenever we travel, searching for new beads is always on the “to do” list. I’ve collected beads from Toronto to Vienna and they have all found a home in my creations.

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