Like anything else copper jewellery can be dressed up or dressed down. This exquisite handcrafted copper and brass jewellery set entitled "grapevine" (necklace and earrings) is certainly dressed up mounted on a six strand seed. This set is simply breathtaking with stunning detailing given to the interpretation of the hanging vine on both necklace and earring. A perfect and timeless addition to your jewellery collection.
This "Thorn" copper necklace is mounted on plaited leather straps for a more casual look. This stunning creation of thorns within a necklace is handcrafted in copper and brass.
Brass with its muted yellow tone gives off the glow of gold as you can see in this handcrafted cuff copper and brass bracelet "Bali Girl". No doubt jewellery designers looking for cheaper alternatives to rising gold prices over the last 5-7 years turned their creative juices to copper and brass.
The intricate designs that jewellery designers can attain using copper and brass is simply breathtaking. This detailed interpretation of a bird handcrafted in copper and brass makes this piece very unique indeed.
Most good jewellery designers of copper and brass jewellery will coat their jewellery designs with a special coating to avoid tarnishing making copper and brass jewellery very easy to maintain. Coated or not brass is a relatively tarnish resistant metal and easy to clean as well.
You can clean your brass jewellery using hot soapy water. Alternatively lemon juice on it s own or lemon juice mixed with vinegar, salt or baking soda can be used. Sourmilk and natural unflavoured yoghurt are other options for cleaning your brass jewellery.