Bracelets Size Guide


Bracelets are an increasingly popular piece of jewelry that emphasizes the originality of its owner. It allows you to complement the image or to emphasize, to give some ease, or vice versa, the rigidity of the image. Bracelets on both hands, several bracelets at the same time, bracelets on one hand with a watch are welcome. Only fantasy can limit.

Despite the fact that bracelets are suitable for absolutely everyone, many people still do not wear them due to the possible inconveniences during use. After all, our hands are the part of the body most in contact with the outside world. But the correctly selected size of the bracelet and the efforts of our designers will make this type of jewelry one of your favorites.

All the details of our bracelets have a smooth streamlined shape, the stones are fixed in such a way that they do not prick the skin, do not cling to hair or clothes, even if you first put on jewelry, and then clothes...

When developing models of our bracelets, we paid special attention to the lock, since you only have to fasten and unfasten the bracelet with one hand and often not with the one that is usually used in everyday life. In addition to reliable protection against loss, the locks of bracelets from our collections provide the ability to put on and take off jewelry yourself.

When choosing the size of a flexible bracelet, it is not enough to know the length of the girth of your wrist; it is important to pay attention to the specific design of the jewelry you like.

How to determine the size of a bracelet?

1. Tightly wrap a strip of paper or a piece of lace around the hand at the wrist to the joint

2. Mark the place where the edges of the strip / segment meet, and cut off the excess for convenience

3. Measure the length of the measured area in centimetres or inches - this is how you determine the length of the wrist circumference.

Length and it's dependence on a bracelet type

When choosing a flexible bracelet, all the links of which along the entire length do not differ much in weight and shape, add about 3-3.5 cm or 1-1½ inches to the measured value of the wrist circumference. Then the bracelet, when worn, will beautifully shift to the base of the palm, but not fall below, interfering with its straightening.

When choosing a hard or a flexible bracelet that has a central element that is very different in weight and volume from the rest of the links, add no more than 1-1.5 cm or ½ inch to the measured wrist length. If such a bracelet is large, then when worn, going down to the palm, it will turn with the central heavier part on the inner side of the hand, thus hiding most of its beauty. 

The dimensions of our bracelets are the length in centimeters. To find out the value of the size in inches - just divide centimeters by 2.54.

With love, your Ethniq Jewelry ®