Bracelet Size Guide
How to measure customers Bracelet Size ?
Jewelry is mostly available in a variety of lengths to fits customer wrist comfortably and looks great at the same time. Many designs also contain a half size link or a quarter link to make as many sizes as possible. We can pack your bracelet according to your packing standard. Without any requirement, we use inch measurement and we carry all sizes from 6” – 8.5”. Please note the same design bracelet with the equal number of links may have slightly different lengths up to 0.25”.
Resizing is recommended to hand-altered by our artisans. We offer to resize service with a choice of traditional torch soldering or laser welding. The torch-soldering yields a stronger joint but laser welding can be performed without removing heat-sensitive stones. You may refer to the chart below for a basic guideline to bracelet sizes. Please note that this is an approximate measurement. Follow the steps below for a more accurate measurement.
MEASURING YOUR WRIST FOR AN ACCURATE BRACELET SIZE
To find your perfect bracelet size, follow these steps:
STEP 1: Measure your wrist with flexible tape measurements or a strip of paper just below the wrist bone, where you would normally wear the bracelet.
STEP 2: If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark your size with a pen or pencil then use a ruler to measure the length. That would be your wrist size.
STEP 3: To find your bracelet size, just add your wrist size with the appropriate measurements below.
Do you want a snug or lose fit? Well, that really will vary between each individual. If you are buying a delicate bracelet with a thin chain, we suggest doing a snug fit. Most other bracelets should have a comfort fit except when buying large or thick cuffs or bangles. It’s best to buy large bracelets with a loose fit so you don’t feel like you are suffocating your wrist.
HOW CAN I FIND MY BANGLE SIZE ?
To determine your bangle size, follow these steps:
STEP 1: Close your fingers together and bring your thumb to your little finger (as pictured). Pretend that you were putting on a bangle
STEP 2: Using a strip of paper or tape measurements, wrap it around your hand at the widest point.. If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark your size with a pen on that paper. Then measure that paper strip with a ruler. That would be the circumference of your hand.
STEP 3: Compare your hand circumference to the chart below. Purchase a bangle with diameter that is the next size up from your actual hand measurement.