The Work Patina Channel Bracelet from Studebaker Metals is a nice bracelet option to add to your valet tray. If you’re not a jewelry guy, this might be a nice, subtle way to jump in, as a simple bracelet not only looks good on the right wrist- but smart. Studebaker’s Channel Bracelet isn’t going to break the bank, either, in case your accountant is wondering.
Made in Pittsburgh, PA, the Channel Bracelet is crafted from 100% solid brass- that’s right, it’s gonna patina and darken over time, giving it a more three-dimensional and lived-in look. If you want to keep it shiny, pick up a polishing cloth and give it some love every couple of months. There’s no wrong way to wear one.
We assume the name of the bracelet refers to the clever clasping mechanism, in which you slide one side of the plate into the other that contains a hollow channel with holes to lock in. There are also the grooved channels on the top side of the plate, held together with a sturdy brass curb chain, and finished with Studebaker’s makers mark(s).
Available for $118 at Manready Mercantile