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Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet Merging Binary Code and Tribal Inspiration

  • $5500

Blending binary code with a tribal inspired dash pattern, this sterling silver cuff bracelet offers a unique medley of influences and can be personalized with custom binary code by entering your requests in the check out notes.

To translate your text to binary, simply refer to a site such as
or Google text to binary for a list of websites with translating services.

Borrowing inspiration from sterling silver tribal bracelets, the grooved pattern is generally presented as broken line segments across the top and bottom with repeated vertical lines spaced in exact precision spanning the length of bracelet. Our original idea was to take the horizontal line segments, create Morse Code across the top and bottom with binary code in the center, however on this bracelet, we decided to keep the tribal inspiration of the broken line and just include the binary code, but would certainly be more than happy to accommodate requests for a Morse and Binary code fusion, such as love and you in the Morse code and simple name in the binary.

Measuring 6mm wide, 2mm thick (12 gauge), this bracelet measures 6 inches in length with a 1 inch gap and will fit a medium size wrist, however you can also order your bracelet in any size with a custom fit by simply noting your wrist size or preferred bracelet size in the check out notes.

The 12 gauge sterling silver was chosen for its impressive thickness to allow stamped text on the back side without concern for the lettering punching through the opposite side, while providing a quality bracelet that will hold its perfect shape years. That grooved pattern was produced by hammering chasing tools one at a time to create deep impressions in the metal for an enduring design that will not simply fade, break, or be scratched away by ordinary wearing. Formed by hammering the thick sterling silver over a wooden bracelet mandrel with a nylon mallet, the bracelet was finished to perfection with rounded end tabs, smooth edges, and a black patina was brushed into the design for maximum contrast. To capture a mirror finish, the sterling silver was hand polished the bracelet with a series of increasing grit polishing cloths ending with an extremely fine 12,000 grit.

Custom orders and requests are always welcome. Please don’t hesitate to contact us or call any time with questions and special requests. Thanks.. Nici