How to Repair a Cuff Bracelet
- Length7 min 33 sec
Every time a cuff bracelet is worn it is squeezed on the wrist for a custom fit. This constant adjusting of the bracelet will cause the metal to weaken over time and crack. Ganoksin instructor Mechelle Lois takes you through this common occurrence so you can fix a broken cuff bracelet yourself.
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- AuthorMechelle Lois
Mechelle Lois is a professional bench jeweler who was classically trained in jewelry making and repair at the highly regarded North Bennet Street School in Boston MA. Now based in her hometown of Pittsburgh PA, she enjoys stone setting, repair work, and creating custom designs. When not making jewelry, Mechelle enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
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