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3D printed in sterling silver mechanically polished to reveal classic beauty and slight texture.
This Apple Watch cover was inspired by late 19th century Ironclad ships - like the USS Monitor. A full explantion of the design and finishing process is up on my blog. I ordered an inexpensive band from Amazon that I thought paired nicely with the cover to give the watch a steampunk look. It was sculpted to appear to have been made from sheet iron that has been riveted together.
Large fits the 42 mm Apple Watch and Medium fits the 38 mm Apple Watch.
Note: Raw Brass, Bronze and Silver are still pretty shiny. For a more "vintage" look you need to treat the surface with an oxidizer like "Liver of Sulfur."