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Byzantine Woven Bracelet - Substantial Diameter

Byzantine Woven Bracelet - Substantial Diameter

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Byzantine weave is the classic hand-woven chain. Complete your look with a full necklace, earring and bracelet set!  This heavy-duty diameter is fabulous!

Metal Options:

Argentium Sterling Silver - $225
Two Tone - Argentium Silver (AS) and 14k Yellow Gold Filled (YGF) - $255
Two Tone - Argentium Silver (AS) and 14k Rose Gold Filled (RGF) - $255
Tricolor - $255
14k Yellow Gold Filled (YGF) $275
14k Rose Gold Filled (RGF) $275

Note on clasp: for a bracelet that is all silver, or is two tone/tricolor, I use a heavy duty jumbo spring ring that looks wonderful with this substantial bracelet. This is the standard clasp I use on all these bracelets. No need to select a clasp option.

For gold filled bracelets: I use a standard smaller gold filled lobster clasp, or a toggle clasp that is SIMILAR to the one pictured. I will contact you to determine which one you prefer.

I make this weave in 3 different diameters, noted on my main page as delicate, standard and substantial diameters. Don’t be worried about the weight of the substantial diameter chains, they are not heavy (unless you are particularly sensitive to thicker chains!).

It is difficult to show the diameter of a chain in a picture, so here is a guide on this weave to help you:

Delicate diameter – generally slightly smaller than a standard #2 pencil

Standard diameter – approximately the width of a standard #2 pencil

Substantial diameter – slightly larger than the width of a standard #2 pencil

Taking a wrist measurement

For a perfect fit, measure your wrist at its broadest point – which means you should measure AT the place where your wrist bone is. This allows your bracelet to comfortably move either above or below your wrist bone.

Using a flexible tape measure, place it around your wrist at the place where your wrist bone is.

If you don't have a tape measure handy, use a strip of paper or thin string, and mark it where it overlaps on your wrist. Then lay the strip flat to measure up to the mark using any ruler.

This is the measurement you should give me. I then adjust the size of the bracelet based on whether you like a snug, standard or loose fit.

Measuring your wrist properly is key to getting the perfect fit.