Stacey Lynn Hareid of Rivet & Rise rarely makes the same thing twice, so each cuff has its own personality, some with her unique repeating stamps in the center of your lovely cuff for a simple and elegant look.


We've got three of these classic hand-crafted bracelets available:

  • Round & unembellished: simple round bracelet
  • Round & notched: accented with three vertical notches at the top of the bracelet 
  • Flat & notched: bracelet with flattened body accented with seven impressed vertical striations



  • Material: brass

Essential Brass Cuffs by Rivet & Rise


    INSTA: @rivetandrisejewelry


    Stacey Lynn Hareid is a metalsmith, photographer, and maker at heart. Rivet & Rise is a reflection of her commitment to exploring, learning, and creating vibrant and fresh designs. Stacey was raised in a small town in Southern Wisconsin, lived and adventured in Yosemite National Park for several years, and has spent the last five years honing her craft in Portland.


    All R&R jewelry and accessories are handmade exclusively by Stacey in Portland, using locally-sourced, recycled, and found materials.


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