Embossed copper cuff with a liver of sulphur patina which adds depth and contrast. The copper bracelet is cut out from a sheet of copper then annealed. Annealing is a process of heating the metal with a torch which softens the metal so it is more receptive to an embossed design element. A pattern plate is placed over the copper and this is run through a rolling mill which applies pressure and applies the design to the copper. Then the bracelet form is filed, shaped and given a patina before being sealed.