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Large (7"-8") Sergio Lub Magnetic and Copper Alloy Bracelet

  Lot # 144
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Large (Fits 7"-8" Wrist) Sergio Lub Magnetic and Copper Alloy (Jewelers Brass & German Silver) Bracelet
This cool magnetic and copper alloy bracelet was kindly donated by our friend Stacy Miller, owner of RedWall Jewelry in Cloudcroft. If you haven't visited Stacy at her shop, do yourself a favor and stop by whenever you are in our cool mountain village. She has some really great jewelry and other lovely gifts. Berle has one of Sergio's copper bracelets from Stacy's shop, and Berle loves hers! It feels good to wear, and seems to help her feel better. The retail value of this lovely bracelet is $69.

Courtesy of Sergio Lub Copper Bracelets

"We individually handcraft each of our bracelets using traditional techniques, that have been passed down for generations. We use only solid metals in our bracelets, meaning there is no metal plating to ever wear off or chip away. The metals in our bracelets primarily consist of pure copper and different copper alloys such as; Jewelers’ Brass and German Silver. Each of our bracelets are annealed to enhance their strength and flexibility. 

Pure Copper – The red/pink-ish metal found in many of our bracelets.

Jewelers’ Brass – The golden metal we use is an alloy (mixture of metals) containing approximately 85% pure copper and 15% zinc, another essential trace mineral for the human body.

German Silver – German Silver is the primary white metal we use. It is an alloy of 65% pure copper mixed with zinc and nickel."

About the Artist:
Sergio Lub, Napa Valley, CA

Courtesy of Sergio Lub Copper Bracelets

"Sergio Lub is an American artist of Russian descent, born in Argentina in 1953. Trained as an architect in Buenos Aires, Sergio realized his creativity could be more freely expressed as a jewelry designer. With access to an abundance of silver, once Sergio was introduced to copper, he began adding it into his work for color. “That is when I discovered the red metal and how friendly it is. Soon I was a copper fan and it became my primary medium. That was 50 years ago and our love affair is still strong. I feel more at ease and creative working with copper than with any other metal.” - Sergio Lub. Sergio’s son Nikolas and daughter Sonia inherited their father’s love of copper, and continue their family tradition of creating jewelry together in their studios in Northern California."

Excellent - no condition issues of any kind.

Bracelet fits wrists with diameter of 7"-8" -- typically men or voluptuous women.

Lot # 144
System ID # 12172564
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