Bracelet Sizes
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What size bracelet should I buy?

For most women, the standard bracelet size is 7 inches.   If you know that your wrist or the person you are giving the bracelet to is smaller or larger than the norm, then you may want to order the next size up or down accordingly.  (Please note - our bicone bracelets run on the smaller size.  If you like your bracelet to hang a bit off your wrist, order the larger size. 6 inch bicone bracelets are very small - almost a child size.)

We currently offer 6 inch, 7 inch and 8 inch bracelets in most styles.   If you would like a size other than this, choose "custom size" as your option and fill in the special instruction area what size you would like.   Order in whole inch increments only. Any bracelet larger than 9 inches will be an additional charge.

How to measure your wrist to determine your size

If you believe your wrist is outside of our standard sizes, you can get an approximate measurement of your wrist for custom orders by using a soft seamstress-style measuring tape. If you don't have a soft measuring tape but have a yardstick, ruler or stiff metal measuring tape, you could wrap a ribbon around your wrist at the wrist bone, mark the spot where it meets, and then lay it against the yardstick or metal measuring tape to determine your approximate wrist size.

After you have measured the basic diameter of your wrist, add 3/4" to 1" to that measurement in order to give you some movement and flexibility. (Round up to whole inch - example wrist measures 5 3/4 inch, bracelet size would be 7 inch)Remember that some bracelets fit differently. This measurement should be within the size range of the bracelet. Note that depending on the style of clasp; some give you a trifle more space. Also, if the beads, pearls, gemstones or other adornments are very large, the room for your wrist may decrease.



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