Here you can see the back and front of the silver with all the interior shapes cut out.
Then I cut around the outside of the cuff.
After this, I sent off to the Assay Office in Birmingham where it was hallmarked.
When it came back I spent a very long time filing every edge, nook and cranny, to make it as smooth as possible and remove any saw marks.
Once I'm happy with the overall look and feel of it, I shape the cuff around a large steel mandrel which gives it the distinctive cuff shape. Using a hammer made of hide, I bash it into submission, and then polish it, partly by hand, partly with an attachment on my Dremmel and partly in a polishing machine.
And here's the final cuff, ready for packing and posting to Juliet - hope she likes it!
And here is the gorgeous poster-girl photo taken by my lovely photographer and friend Clare!
And just in case you want one yourself, you can purchase her by clicking here...