Sergio Lub is an American artist of Russian descent, born in Argentina in 1953. He is also an architect and an inventor. Lub has traveled to every continent learning his craft. From the Andes to the Himalayas, he met with master craftsmen who taught him ancient metal working techniques, and shared with him their fascinating beliefs and traditions of wearing metals for health and vitality.
Lub has gratefully preserved these cultural treasures by incorporating them into his designs.
Lub bracelets are made to be worn at all times. They are coated with a thin lacquer that is meant to wear off unnoticeably with use, or it can be taken off with nail polish remover if the wearer desires immediate contact with the metals. Bracelets are best kept clean by wearing them in the shower. Over time, copper may acquire natural patinas that can be removed with a polishing cloth. Since we use solid metals, scratches can be rubbed off with brass polish. With this minimal care they will age gracefully and last for generations.