Bessemer Cuff - Small / Brass / Work Patina - Cuffs /
Bessemer Cuff - Cuffs / Bracelets
Bessemer Cuff - Small / Copper / Work Patina - Cuffs /
Bessemer Cuff - Small / Sterling Silver / Work Patina -
Bessemer Cuff - Cuffs / Bracelets

Bessemer Cuff

Regular price $248.00
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  • Hand-forged with a heavy hammered surface.
  • Outside hallmark: crossed hammers.
  • Inside hallmarks: "Studebaker" and "PGH USA"
  • All sterling silver is hallmarked ".925" on inside.
  • Available in work patina finish.
  • 10 mm wide, 3 mm thick.
  • Unisex sizing, please carefully reference size chart below.
  • Model is wearing size Large - Brass / Work Patina
  • Shipping & Customs Info
Cuffs & Bracelets
We size our cuffs and bracelets based on the circumference of the wearer's wrist, not the piece itself. To find your ideal size, we suggest wrapping a soft measuring tape or string comfortably taut around your wrist where you want your cuff to rest and recording the measurement without any slack -- don't worry, we account for comfort! 
 Find your corresponding size below:
6 inches - Small
6.5 inches - Medium
7 inches - Large
7.5 inches - XL
8.0 inches - XXL
    If you fall exactly between two sizes, we recommend sizing up or requesting a custom size. If you fall outside of our standard sizing range, we can do a custom size at no extra charge -- contact us!
    Rings
    If you aren't 100% certain of your ring size, you can order a ring sizer.
    (If you are in the US, we will ship one to you for free. If you're not, you can find them for super cheap on Amazon.) Make it as tight as you can and still it get over the knuckle, then check it a few times throughout the day as fingers tend to fluctuate in size.

    If you wanted to confirm, you could always pop into a jewelry store to get sized. This is typically a free service.

    Keep in mind we can do half and even quarter sizes -- just include the request in the order notes on the cart page. If in doubt, it's best to err on the smaller end because smaller is easier to adjust and harder to lose!
    Necklaces & Chokers
    The measurements listed for our necklaces and chokers are their full circumference (including the empty space, as in the example of our Champion Choker) so to determine your perfect fit, use a soft tape measure to see where they will fall on your neck. 

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
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    Phil Singer
    Great Buy

    I have been eyeing this cuff for sometime now. I was reluctant at first but made my second purchase. It is slightly loose but thats okay because I don’t like tight fitting. This cuff is thick, beefy, has weight and just very manly. Great craftsmanship and will eventually buy again without hesitation.

    M
    Mitch S
    Terrific new cuff

    I received the cuff and it’s great looking. I used the sizing advice and it was spot on. Currently I’m looking at the website to buy another piece. Definitely very glad I found your company.

    j
    jf marlar
    looks better than the pictures

    ive had mine in silver patina finish for over a year - just an impressive piece. and i could get it made to fit my large wrist. knowing it was handmade here in the US is a huge plus.

    i would definitely buy again. a real manly piece of jewelry and beautiful workmanship.

    D
    David B Haffey
    Nothing Beats Handmade

    (so this is where the reviews go lol)

    About a six months ago, while scrolling through Instagram, I came across a unique cuff bracelet. I followed the user and became an immediate fan of Studebaker Metals.

    Jayme and I drove out to Braddock on a Monday and stopped by the shop. It's filled with hundreds of pieces on display. I picked out a Bessemer Cuff in Copper / Work Patina. Jayme picked out a Classic Cuff in Polished Copper. There is also a small tabletop showcase with bobbles collected by Alyssa & Michael from their trips across the US. Jayme is a Hair Stylist, so she couldn't pass up the metal comb advertising a funeral home w/ its original leather sheath.

    One of my favorite pieces of jewelry is a simple handmade folk-art brass cuff that was made in Jayme's great-great grandparent's tin shop in Allegheny City sometime in the 20s/30s. (J. Link and Son Tin and Slate Roofing) I pair my Bessemer cuff with the tin shop piece all the time and love telling the story of old and new and made in Pittsburgh.

    My next purchase will be a Studebaker Cuff in Sterling Silver and who knows after that. There are many pieces that I must have. ~Dave

    @dbhaffeyphotography
    @dbhaffey

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    Based on 4 reviews
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    Phil Singer
    Great Buy

    I have been eyeing this cuff for sometime now. I was reluctant at first but made my second purchase. It is slightly loose but thats okay because I don’t like tight fitting. This cuff is thick, beefy, has weight and just very manly. Great craftsmanship and will eventually buy again without hesitation.

    M
    Mitch S
    Terrific new cuff

    I received the cuff and it’s great looking. I used the sizing advice and it was spot on. Currently I’m looking at the website to buy another piece. Definitely very glad I found your company.

    j
    jf marlar
    looks better than the pictures

    ive had mine in silver patina finish for over a year - just an impressive piece. and i could get it made to fit my large wrist. knowing it was handmade here in the US is a huge plus.

    i would definitely buy again. a real manly piece of jewelry and beautiful workmanship.

    D
    David B Haffey
    Nothing Beats Handmade

    (so this is where the reviews go lol)

    About a six months ago, while scrolling through Instagram, I came across a unique cuff bracelet. I followed the user and became an immediate fan of Studebaker Metals.

    Jayme and I drove out to Braddock on a Monday and stopped by the shop. It's filled with hundreds of pieces on display. I picked out a Bessemer Cuff in Copper / Work Patina. Jayme picked out a Classic Cuff in Polished Copper. There is also a small tabletop showcase with bobbles collected by Alyssa & Michael from their trips across the US. Jayme is a Hair Stylist, so she couldn't pass up the metal comb advertising a funeral home w/ its original leather sheath.

    One of my favorite pieces of jewelry is a simple handmade folk-art brass cuff that was made in Jayme's great-great grandparent's tin shop in Allegheny City sometime in the 20s/30s. (J. Link and Son Tin and Slate Roofing) I pair my Bessemer cuff with the tin shop piece all the time and love telling the story of old and new and made in Pittsburgh.

    My next purchase will be a Studebaker Cuff in Sterling Silver and who knows after that. There are many pieces that I must have. ~Dave

    @dbhaffeyphotography
    @dbhaffey


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
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    P
    Phil Singer
    Great Buy

    I have been eyeing this cuff for sometime now. I was reluctant at first but made my second purchase. It is slightly loose but thats okay because I don’t like tight fitting. This cuff is thick, beefy, has weight and just very manly. Great craftsmanship and will eventually buy again without hesitation.

    M
    Mitch S
    Terrific new cuff

    I received the cuff and it’s great looking. I used the sizing advice and it was spot on. Currently I’m looking at the website to buy another piece. Definitely very glad I found your company.

    j
    jf marlar
    looks better than the pictures

    ive had mine in silver patina finish for over a year - just an impressive piece. and i could get it made to fit my large wrist. knowing it was handmade here in the US is a huge plus.

    i would definitely buy again. a real manly piece of jewelry and beautiful workmanship.

    D
    David B Haffey
    Nothing Beats Handmade

    (so this is where the reviews go lol)

    About a six months ago, while scrolling through Instagram, I came across a unique cuff bracelet. I followed the user and became an immediate fan of Studebaker Metals.

    Jayme and I drove out to Braddock on a Monday and stopped by the shop. It's filled with hundreds of pieces on display. I picked out a Bessemer Cuff in Copper / Work Patina. Jayme picked out a Classic Cuff in Polished Copper. There is also a small tabletop showcase with bobbles collected by Alyssa & Michael from their trips across the US. Jayme is a Hair Stylist, so she couldn't pass up the metal comb advertising a funeral home w/ its original leather sheath.

    One of my favorite pieces of jewelry is a simple handmade folk-art brass cuff that was made in Jayme's great-great grandparent's tin shop in Allegheny City sometime in the 20s/30s. (J. Link and Son Tin and Slate Roofing) I pair my Bessemer cuff with the tin shop piece all the time and love telling the story of old and new and made in Pittsburgh.

    My next purchase will be a Studebaker Cuff in Sterling Silver and who knows after that. There are many pieces that I must have. ~Dave

    @dbhaffeyphotography
    @dbhaffey