Give your looks a hand with this Patricia Healey copper arched spiral hand link (left). The curved link is shaped into a left hand comprised of spiraled lines and three circles attached to the top of the fingers. With its warm color and curved shape, this link would be perfect for use in a bracelet that fits snug against the wrist. Create an elegant multi-stranded design with help from this piece. Since each component is made by hand there will be slight variances in appearance.
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Customer Reviews for Patricia Healey Copper Arched Spiral Hand Link (Left)
Review 1 for Patricia Healey Copper Arched Spiral Hand Link (Left)
Arched Spiral Hand Link
Date:September 23, 2012
Pros: Size, Price, Unique, Color
"I was really disappointed when, a few months ago I ordered all the pieces I needed to make the Handy Dandy Bracelet. Everything came but when I was ready to attach chains to the left hand, it only had one circle on one finger. I need one circle on 3 fingers! It even shows in the picture. So, I reorder another one, (it was out of stock for a very long time). The new one came, and what's up with this?? It is EXACTLY like the first one!! Only ONE circle on a finger!! I cannot make this bracelet if it's missing pieces! I picked up a package of tiny washers at Home Depot to glue onto the 2 empty fingers. So when I get some extra time, I will finally be finishing up my bracelet"
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Review 2 for Patricia Healey Copper Arched Spiral Hand Link (Left)
Location: Central Connecticut
About me: I design and sell online
My beading emphasis is: Stringing
Perfect for Bracelet
Date:July 28, 2012
Pros: Size, Price, Versatile, Unique, Ease of Use, Quality, Color
"This review is for both the right and left spiral arched hand since I purchased both. I purchased these originally for earrings but found they were too large for my project. Instead I have decided to create a bracelet based somewhat on one I saw on Artbeads' site made by another customer. With some creative stretching there are many additional ways to use these hands."