age comes certain privileges, one being that I was introduced to the
Hawaiian jewelry market before the widespread use of pantograph machines
& hand held pneumatic engraving machines.
More and more common today are ultra-light
bracelets at unbelievable prices, which are often machine cut. Because
the operator exerts no energy in cutting, little if any attention is
paid to the depth of the cut & the bracelet is weakened because
The hand-engraver, on the other hand,
has to rely on touch, vision & controlled pressure to cut each line
of detail & because of this no unnecessary metal is removed. The
hand engraver removes metal following the contours of the bracelet,
leaving equal depth throughout. It takes four times longer, if not more,
to engrave by hand than it does to cut a piece by machine. Yet to this
day we still hand draw & hand cut every detail on each piece of
Hawaiian jewelry we make.
We welcome you to view additional samples of our Hawaiian jewelry
For information regarding our products,
please call A Jeweler's Bench at 412.714.4328, email the firstname.lastname@example.org
simply stop by the showroom.
Please note that many of the pieces
shown may be modified upon request. Make sure to check back periodically
as we are always creating new products!