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.
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.
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.
(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