About Us

We are Scott and Max … also known as the Aurum Brothers.

Our passion is providing men with custom luxury wrist-wear that are the perfect combination of durability and comfort.

But this is where our story gets really cool -

While Max is the creative director at Aurum Brothers, and the brain behind it’s various designs and style, Scott has been privately training with a Shaman in Europe.

With the help of his shamanic training and gifts, he revives forgotten knowledge and ancient stories the stones used at Aurum brothers carry within them….

...stories of men who achieved GREATNESS used these stones to help leave the massive footprint on the world.

You see, we only use ancient stones and metals that have been used for jewelry for thousands of years.

3 things that we LOVE:
1) Superior skilled craftsmanship - the kind that you look at a piece of work, and SEE the time and love that went into creating it.
2) Pieces that you CANNOT find anywhere else. Pieces just don’t seem as valuable and special if they are mass produced and in every department store.
3) The STORY behind a piece of jewelry (or anything for that matter) - The stories of great men who have worn these materials before you, where the stones came from and how it was made...

So we decided to put these 3 criteria at the very heart of our Men’s Wrist-wear.
We figured you’d love that, too...



And it seems like many of our customers do!

How to measure your wrist

We get asked a lot by our customers on how to measure their wrist, so we wrote a little 'how-to'.

 When measuring your wrist, stay as close to your hand as possible, like so (the circumference in the picture is 6.5 inches.)

When ordering, please specify the exact number on the measuring tape, we will make sure your bracelets will fit you nicely. You can specify your wrist circumference in either centimeters or inches. Please also specify whether you prefer your bracelet a little looser or tighter.


For example:


If you don't have a measuring tape, use a piece of string to measure your wrist and lay the string back out on a ruler to get your measurement in inches or centimeters