“There is something in October sets the gypsy blood astir: We must rise and follow her, When from every hill of flame She calls, and calls each vagabond by name.” ― William Bliss


October in New England is renowned for the beauty of the changing foliage.  Towards the end of the season, remaining leaves of yellow, rust and brown dance in the sky , amongst the black silhouettes of bare branches.



The rich tones in Artisan porcelain pieces were the inspiration for October and showcased in an oval and accompanying beaded silver sliders  and O-rings in shades of rust and black. The antique silver clasp is strong and magnetic, simple to put on and take off. The silver components are made from zinc that is mined in Germany or Belgium. The sliders and claps are electro-plated in silver, using 99.9% sterling silver. This bracelet can be custom fit.  As each porcelain piece is individually made, there will be variations of color design.

To measure your wrist size:

Use a flexible measuring tape or piece of string, measure just above your wrist bone. Take the wrist circumference and be sure the tape is snug. and add another 1/4″ to 1/2″ depending on how much drape you want. If using string, measure the length of the string corresponding to your wrist circumference with a ruler.


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