NOVICA Black Leather Men’s Wristband Bracelet with Brass Inserts, 8.5″, ‘Stand Together in Black’

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About this item: Centered by brass inserts, this wristband bracelet for men is by Gill Quarcoopome in Ghana. The masculine bracelet is crafted of quality leather in black, creating a handsome contrast.

About our Artist: I have always loved making things – from paper, cloth, wood, metal or anything to make something useful out of a basic raw material – and leather is such a versatile material. I started with soft leather scraps to make small purses and belts with jigsaw-like patterns and went on to experiment with different leathers for sandals. I have large feet so even at age 16, I was trying to make my own footwear. When I was at University studying German and Politics, I was still making things to sell. I went to Greece after getting a rather disappointing degree and tried to learn shoe-making but ended up with an exciting holiday and a passion for leatherwork, rather than developing lot more skills. I learnt more back in England from an Irish friend and a short course in saddlery. In 1975 I was working for a government agency but still making items in leather and was asked to demonstrate leatherwork at a 10 day craft fair in the north of England, where I was living. After that fair I was offered the chance to teach evening classes and the chance to rent a small workshop. So I decided to give up the security of my job, took a leap and haven't looked back. Opportunities come up and sometimes we don't see them or don't want to take a risk but this is one way of moving forward – a leap in the dark. I exhibited at trade fairs and supplied boutiques. I also made items to customer specifications, from a telescope case, a motorcycle seat, or a…

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