Sterling Silver Circles Bracelet with Semi-Precious Stone
Our sterling silver circles bracelets are handmade from sterling silver wire and sheet, textured and soldered with a semi-precious stone of your choice. It is then lightly patina'ed, making the textured areas stand out.
Bracelet Sizes: Please specify the size bracelet you are ordering. If you are not sure what size you need, measure your wrist circumference. Please do not add in any length as we know how much to add in so you get a perfect sized bracelet.
Custom Sizes are available at no additional cost. For your custom made bracelet, please type your wrist measurement in the Comments box at checkout.
Wrist Circumference = Bracelet Size
5.75" = X-Small
6" = Small
6.25" = Medium
6.5" = Large
6.75" = X-Large
Order fulfillment is 3-5 days.
NOTE: Jewelry must be removed before water activities as chemicals and salt water will damage and/or corrode components. We 100% guarantee our jewelry for one year from the time of purchase; however, jewelry worn in water is void of replacement and/or repair.
Handmade to order in the USA.
Women's Sterling Silver Bracelet
Our Circles Bracelet is a top seller. Choose your favorite stone - aventurine, garnet, onyx, or turquoise - and we will make a custom fitting bracelet for you. With the light patina that we add to sterling, tarnishing will be greatly slowed down but to slow it down even more, you can store your bracelet in a plastic bag. If your bracelet does tarnish and you want to clean it, we recommend using a cleaning cloth that is made for sterling jewelry. These can be purchased online or at a local store in the jewelry section and are inexpensive.
Sterling Silver History: Although no one is quite sure when silver was first recognized and made, archeologists have found the remains of sterling silver smelting operations dating earlier than 4000 BC. In fact, until 1400 AD, there were only 7 metals known to man. These metals are known as the Seven Metals of Antiquity - gold, silver, copper, tin, lead and mercury. Mercury was originally thought to be a type of silver with a Greek name of hydrargyrum, meaning watery silver. What can I say? I'm a metalhead and I find this stuff interesting!