While sterling silver is a popular choice for silver bracelets
because of its durability, the amount of copper used to create that hardness can inevitably contribute to a faster tarnish rate. By using less copper, fine silver achieves a striking look that is not easily mass-produced because of its unique consistency. Explore the one-of-a-kind designs found in this collection, featuring jewelry by artisans who spent years perfecting their silverwork. Featured Thai artisan Sasithon Saisuk takes no shortcuts when creating her fine silver creations. Sasithon, who crafts all her work by hand, first melts the silver-copper alloy in a crucible and decants it into a terracotta mold. After it hardens, she begins the task of sculpting the details of each bead, charm and pendant. Her beaded fine silver bracelet chain, ‘Thai Spice,” links argent beads to resemble a nutmeg garland. Find pieces from Sasithon and other skilled artists in this collection of fine silver bracelets from NOVICA.