The patina curb chain is a nice rugged chain without over doing it. With a nice noticeable weight and flat lay styling, the Signature is very pleasant to have on the wrist.
I use a micro fiber towel on my patina bracelet and it leaves a nice minimal shine with still keeping all the look of the patina.
Originally purchased a size Medium but returned for a Large. They run small so go bigger.
Paired with Studebaker’s Hook bracelet is what’s on my wrist 24/7.
This is a fantastic bracelet. Better in person! Heavy, great clasp and the unbeatable quality that comes from the folks at Studebaker Metals! Highly recommended!
Was somewhat skeptical having found this on an Instagram add. Had a few questions before purchase and they were answered promptly. Chain showed up and it is nicer than it looks in the pictures. The brass patina is awesome. Love it. Will definitely be back.
Quality is through the roof! such a good look in the brass patina—will most likely be back for more, especially if i get a generous promo code ;)
The look, feel, comfort and heft of these pieces must be seen to be appreciated. This IS wearable Pennsylvania. For those who live in, came from PA, and want a keepsake from our historic state, this is so much more meaningful than some other collectible with Pennsylvania stamped on it. This is our state. This is part of what we did and continue to do here. Make things, some rugged, others more refined out of metal.
Regarding construction, I love how this is put together. I particularly like the heavy clasp and how easy it is to put on. Also, I was expecting about a week to go by, per the website however, I had my bracelet in 4 days. The bracelet was nicely wrapped and well packaged.
As mentioned, I bought the work patina sterling silver Signature Bracelet and within 3 days of receipt, I've already ordered my brass work patina Signature Bracelet. For those with concerns regarding the work patina sterling silver Signature Bracelet (I read other comments), I think it is necessary to understand the distinction between patina and tarnish. If you want a patina that has that slight copper/brass type color, order one in one of those metals. If you want a patina in sterling silver, this subtle darkening, almost gun metal is exactly as it is supposed to be without blackening becoming tarnish. It's really beautiful to see in person. Sure, patina is not bright, being formed over time just due to exposure. Tarnish is effectively self-limiting corrosion caused by chemical reaction that may or may not include oxygen. It's unsightly, has not value regarding antiques and is perfectly acceptable to clean and polish away. Understand the difference, choose the look and metal you most like, order and enjoy!