Jewelry Size Guide

Just as with rings or necklaces, knowing the right size for yourself or a loved one when it comes to fixed bracelets is crucial.

Of course, the first and most common method is measuring the wrist where you intend to wear the bracelet. Use a flexible tape measure to wrap around the wrist until the ends meet, marking the point of intersection to determine the exact measurement in centimeters. It's recommended to add 0.5 cm for a comfortable fit, including the clasp. If you don't have a flexible tape measure, you can use a strip of paper or a piece of string in the same way, then measure them with a ruler or tape measure.

Another straightforward method is measuring a bracelet that already fits perfectly. Unclasp the bracelet and lay it flat on a surface. Using a measuring tool readily available, you can determine the exact length of the bracelet.

As a tip, when selecting a bracelet as a gift for a loved one and aiming to ensure you get the size right, you can use a watch to find the suitable length. Place the watch on a flat surface and measure, as accurately as possible, from the buckle (clasp) of the watch to the hole where it's typically fastened. This way, you'll determine the appropriate size. This method works perfectly for men's bracelets as well.

For bracelets with an adjustable closure, such as those with a cord, it's much simpler. These typically come in standard sizes or can be adjusted according to your preferences.

The cord usually has a part hanging down by 4-5 cm, allowing you to make the bracelet larger or smaller as needed.

The size of our bracelets is a maximum of 18 cm wrist circumference.