“They want their jewelry to be unique, to be part of their story telling.”
“Men want jewelry that holds some meaning.”
Ms. Giberson of the Accessories Council said.
Copper jewellery and in particular copper bracelets is a classic style statement and come in all sorts of styles and types if you have come across them before you may have wondered if they are a style accessory or a medical related bangle. Well we are here to explain in a bit of detail and hopefully debunk a few myths so you can shop away with the knowledge to hand.
The classic copper bracelet is timeless and looks stylish and chic, smooth, wide, narrow or textured copper bracelets and copper magnetic braceletscan be worn anytime and anyplace. The bracelets are very versatile they can be worn by themselves to add a bit of bling to a denim shirt, leather jacket a simple tee or even a suit. The bracelets can also add an extra trendy dimension stacked alongside other accessories like:
Patterned and groove copper bracelets have been our best selling so far and from feedback we have received little details like grooves, patterns, shapes are what make each piece so much more unique and more desirable. Our range includes grooved, twisted, grid style, hammered and a few more original styles that make our range very popular.
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Oxidisation is a technique that has been around for generations, it can add an aged look to a piece of jewellery and add to its uniqueness. Our darker oxidised copper bracelets are our second best selling bracelets. We have several within our collection, the colour of oxidised copper almost looks like a dark rose gold giving our bracelets a very elegant and timeless touch.
Magnetic jewellery has been around for quite some time, magnets are mainly used in bracelets but they can also be used in necklaces and earrings. Magnetic bracelet jewellery can be worn just as a style statement but it can have a range of health benefits such as:
Magnets work by improving circulation by attracting the iron in the blood, this improves blood flow keeping the body healthy and healing it from injuries. Magnets can also speed up the removal of toxins from the body.
Magnetic therapy has shown to reduce the redness and swelling, as well as any pain or stiffness. Magnetic therapy can help delay wear and tear of cartilage by reducing the inflammation.
Copper is an essential mineral found in plant life and in the human body and it is also a metal alloy with a reddish-orange colour. The use of copper dates back over 10,000 years. Pure copper is very soft and malleable and is combined with other metals, such as brass and bronze, for use in jewellery and other uses.
People who are deficient in copper may benefit from wearing copper jewellery, since it can be absorbed through the skin. Jewellery is a good way of taking in the small amount of the mineral needed. The healing properties of copper, in the form of bracelets, necklaces, rings, or earrings, can allow a minimal amount of the mineral into the body without overwhelming it. Some wearers of copper jewellery find it relieves the symptoms of arthritis and circulation problems.
Whether you add a copper or magnetic bracelet to your collection for style or medical reasons we hope you have been able to make an informed decision. If you do have any comments or suggestions to add then please do feel free to get in touch with us.
*Please seek advice from a G.P or a medical professional about any serious issues.
Here at DEMI+CO we are passionate about what we do. There’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes, from sourcing top quality materials to choosing stunning designs that our customers love! One of our most popular range of products is our copper and magnetic bracelets. We have a gorgeous collection of bracelets to suit every taste and whilst our designs are perfect for a unisex gift, we know that our more masculine designs are loved by men far and wide.
Christmas is right around the corner, so what better gifts for him than one of our lovely copper bracelets for men? We’ve put together a guide on our copper bracelets, including the history of copper and the excellent properties of this special metal that makes in beneficial toward your health.
At DEMI+CO, we know there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to gift giving and that everyone has their own distinctive tastes. Never the less, we know that sometimes we need ideas and with Christmas coming up, it’s a busy time for all of us to come up with gift ideas for those hard to buy for in our lives!
As we are all spending more time than ever at home, our new wall art range makes excellent gifts for her and gifts for him. Comfortable and beautiful surroundings is important for our wellbeing and adding personal touches can really make a place feel like home. We offer a pay for download with our prints, so that you can print at home straightaway and pop into a quirky frame or you can pre-order your prints in a variety of sizes to suit you, if you prefer a traditional way of ordering your wall prints.
Black and white wall art is a very popular way to add a finishing touch to your home and can provide unique designs, such as favourite quotes, mantras or even animals to add to your surroundings. Choosing to gift someone one of our wall prints, shows that you know what kind of thing they like and you take notice of what they love to surround themselves with.
Ever wondered what the benefits of wearing a copper bracelet were? Ever wondered what the drawbacks to wearing one would be? If you are looking for more information about copper, copper bracelets and a honest portrayal of copper bracelets then look no further, you’ve come to the right place! We at DEMI+CO have put together a list of pro’s and cons of wearing a copper bracelet.
Copper is an essential nutrient required in our bodies; copper does no harm when it worn. Copper has been used as a health aid for decades and it is a pure metal like silver and gold, it is a malleable metal and it conducts heat in a similar manner. Copper wristbands can help with a number of ailments and may help with achy joints and poor circulation. Copper is also a very durable and long-lasting material; it has been used for centuries and has lasted centuries also. Historically copper was used for utensils like pots and spoons before it was worn as jewellery. Nowadays copper can be used for a number of things from homeware, electrical as well as beauty and jewellery.