Enamelled Copper Bracelet TUTTI FRUTTI – Red


Colourful Tutti-Frutti Enamelled Copper Bracelet

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Red enamelled copper bracelet Tutti Frutti.

The bracelet with splashes of bright colours reminds me of ‘Tutti Frutti’ Ice cream which was a childhood favourite.

Whenever one of my uncles visited us in New Delhi he took us to out to buy comics and have a ‘Softy’ Ice cream. 🙂 The Ice Cream seller would sprinkle loads of colourful sweets before handing us the cone and it was almost a competition with my brother to see who had more Tutti-Frutti on their ice-cream. Memories… they are so important aren’t they?

I am really starting to have a lot of fun with coloured enamel and my Tutti-Frutti range is first of many enamelled copper bracelets I intend to make.

Size: Bracelet is 8.5 inches (21 cm) long with a copper hook clasp made from 1.25mm pure copper wire. The copper circles are 1.9 cm. The bracelet can be shortened by taking out a circle. Lt me know if you need it shortened.

Colour: Red Opaque enamel with orange, blue, yellow, green and white blobs created out of crushed glass.

Back of the bracelet is not enamelled, it has a hammered texture and has been given an antique patina.

The Tutti Frutti enamelled copper bracelet is available in my shop in various colours with different size circles giving you a wide choice. And if you want a special colour combination please do contact me to discuss. Several colour combinations are possible depending on the enamel colours my supplier has.

I can also make matching Tutti Frutti Necklaces and earrings.

Read more about my enamelling adventures on my blog.

Enamelled Copper Bracelet TUTTI FRUTTI


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