Usually sold in pairs but can be sold as one also. These are of leather mostly from armor quality to decorative. As well as tooled, colored, and layered. Can be cloth or sheet metal, even maille. Or a combination of any or all.

These are a few of the bracers and cuffs that I have made!
I also do custom work... Every thing I make is cut by hand. Even the scales on the Dragon Scale piece are all individually done by hand!

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Brown Dragon Scale Bracers This was the first set I had made.

$65.00 Original Price

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Show that you have taken the power of the Black Wyrm! These hand cut and sewn dragonscale leather cuffs and armband will show your enemies you are not to be trifled with. These can be custom made in different sizes and colors. This pair of leather cuffs are 7" long and a little over 4" wide at the point. The armband is about 8" long and 4" wide. Made to be tied with leather thong. An extra armband can be custom made, so you can have one on each arm, for additional cost. Message me with custom sizes and colors.
Please give up to a month for the making of these as each dragonscale is hand made to order!

Dragon Skin A flatter style of the dragon scale!

Female Thor Bracers
This was a custom order for bracers, a belt and Thor's metal chest plates!

Cuffs Leather Cuff Bracelets Handmade and Tooled for Women

These cuffs are kind of like bracelets. They are sized to fit and tooled with the design you want...the more intricate the design the more they will cost. They are custom colored and start at $45.oo a pair. I may also be able to make a matching headband for additional cost.

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You asked for them Ladies! Who am I to ignore the Beautiful women here when they ask me to make something!

The pair shown here are sized for small arms. Measuring 6 3/8" in length and 2 3/4" from the point in width. At this time I only have a limited supply of dyes including: oxblood, light greens, black, brown, royal blue, purple and also gold leather paint.

The ones shown here are done in Turquoise, gold and black! The designs shown are some of the Celtic knots I can do for this price! Just let me know which one you want tooled in!

These Are Totally Customizable! They can be made for any size wrist and tooled with any design you would like. The only stipulation is the more intricate the design the more it is going to cost and the larger the cuff the price will go up also. The size will only bring it up slightly unless you want a full bracer.

If you are interested in getting your own pair made just message me and we can talk about it and pricing! I can take pictures of the piece in progress so you can see it as it is being made!
These take about a week for me to finish!

They are cuffs that are Green! What more do you want from me...

Large Scale Bracers A larger version of scaled bracers!

Large Scale Cuffs Another version of the large scales.

This was my own original design skull bracers. They sold for $75.00.

Orc Skull Bracers These have a Warrior Belt that they were made to be a set. Look in Belts for it.


Oxblood Cuffs

Dark Red with black trim!

These no frill cuffs can be custom colored and are also made to fit the persons wrist and a headband can be made to match for an additional cost. These cuffs start at $15.00

rounded oxblood bracers

rounded oxblood bracers A medium sized bracer. $35.00/pr.


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Patchwork Merchant Mercenaries a Dept of, Ask For IT was started by artists and former military veterans, and sword fighters, representing over 100 artisans, one who made his living traveling from fair to festival vending medieval wares. The majority of his customers are re-enactors, SCAdians and the like, looking to build their kit with period clothing, feast gear, adornments, etc.

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