In 1990 I decided to take a blacksmithing course at the popular HAYSTACK school of crafts, in Maine. The instructor, Douglas Wright, blew me away with the beauty of his iron work, and his teaching ability. I dove into the work like a maniac and found myself in blacksmith heaven, forging red hot iron until I had to plunge it back into9 the fire to reheat the stressed molecules. These bangles are a very fine example of how my work was altered, how I changed my brand image a bit, towards this entirely different look of jewelry, of metal. All the forged metalwork that I did after this fateful course grew into a whole new vocabulary of jewelry forms, and I was proud to have been able to stretch my style yet again after 1990. These are sold in a set of three, as that is how I envision them being worn, especially the way they lay onto one another as a cluster. These are made of .999 pure fine silver.