Step 1: Get Your Wire
Hold the ends of the wire with pliers and rake them, one at a time, over a metal rod.
I used my hammer while stepping on it. This helps to straiten the wire out for the next step.
Step 2: Twist
Arrange the wires so they are free of any tangles and clamp them in the jaws of locking pliers.
Twist the wires until you have your desired amount of twists in it.
Cut the looped end open and remove it from the anchor.
Step 3: Hammer
Try your best to hammer the wire squarely. If the wire starts to wander away from being strait, lightly hammer the bracelet on edge to straiten it back out.
Keep on hammering until the bracelet is a uniform with.
Step 4: Solder
Cut the bracelet to length.
Apply flux paste to the ends and to the nuts. Use a torch to solder them on.
File off any excess solder.
Step 5: Polish
Finally, polish with polishing compound and a buffing wheel.
Step 6: Form the Shape
Form the final shape by hand.