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Signed Mim Dee Sterling Hammered Crossover Bangle Bracelet

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Mimi Dee Artwear
PO Box 458
Methuen, MA 01844


Signed Mim Dee Sterling Hammered Crossover Bangle Bracelet
Includes charm/pendant and signed original hand painted presentation box

Made in USA crossover bypass bangle bracelet hand wrought hammered forged fabricated by and signed: Handmade Mimi Dee - Sterling in a USA studio. Every square mm of metal was formed by this jewelry maker's hands.
No prefab imported metal components.
To qualify it as "studio" it must be created solely by the designing artist herself or himself. Once it is sent to be made overseas and sold in the thousands, or even 100s, or made with pre fab components, it ceases to be "studio"!
Interior: Oval 2 1/2" X 2 1/4" crossover expandable.
15 grams. Thick 10 gauge.
Akoya high nacre pearls: 5mm.

LegaL: All images design concept content text solely owned by Mimi Dee.
A charm / pendant was added showing delish Akoya pearls, rich red coral and onyx semi precious gemstones.

$13 USPS Priority/Ins/Track or FREE with your USA Ck or USPS MO.
Please collect with confidence after reviewing the dozens of Trocadero verified testimonials, then view All Extreme close up images for more info, as all Qs will be answered here in lieu of email reply.

Good news: this 15 gram of ster & 10 guage piece is quite the buy! Else where, a 3 gram, 14 guage (the bigger the number the thinner it is) new one sold at a higher price than this. Moral of the story: this precious metal is signed and is 5 X the weight of that other at much less the price!

The fact that this one here is signed would likely make this more collectible and based on past history, artist signed jewelry often retains and may increase in resale value.

This signed studio metalwork jewelry artist who also paints oils has made fiber art to wear garments in the past and does not duplicate, has exhibited in various juried shows, more recently since 1990 and at the previously open Methuen studio store gallery by the same name.
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