Don’t ask me why, but I suddenly had the urge to make an ID bracelet for myself.  This was my project for Tuesday’s jewelry studio time:


It’s a very delicate bracelet, with not much in the way of bells and whistles.  As you can see, in addition to the name plate, I included two small circle charms with an M (for Mick) and an S (for Stuart).


It’s sterling silver, and I gave it a satin finish and a handmade clasp.  Originally I was thinking I might make the chain by hand, but admittedly, that’s a pretty long process and it seemed more practical to use pre-made chain.  In retrospect, I think that was the right choice because I could have never made chain this delicate anyway.

As I mentioned yesterday, Mick had his naturalization oath and is now an American citizen.  You can read about his experience here.

5 Replies to “Charming ID Bracelet”

  1. Joseph Paul Haines says: March 26, 2009 at 9:53 am

    That’s lovely, and charming and all sorts of wonderful. Those are the kind of photos that create a story. You can see someone finding this on a beach somewhere and losing themselves in an imaginary journey of filling in the blanks.
    Thank you for sharing!

  2. Julie says: March 26, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    I Love It! I do think you need to add a “K” though. I would love to commission one with “Jules” (what Rich and most everyone calls me, so I guess that is my i.d.) and a R R and K. Just let me know how much and don’t worry if you don’t have time to fit it in right now. I just love the look of it. I’ve been wearing the “Hope” necklace the past week or so – it always gets people’s attention. Although some people lean in too close to my chest to read it!

  3. Laurie says: March 29, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Congrats to Mick. Very exciting!
    The bracelet is beautiful. 🙂

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