How to choose a bracelet

How to choose a bracelet


Experts distinguish several classic bracelets: round bracelets in an open ring, bracelets with key rings, and, finally, chains with an engraved plate.
Round bracelets have been known to humanity since time immemorial. In the Middle Ages, they were considered a symbol of prosperity. The main requirement for bracelets of this shape today is the product's lightness not to harm the wrist. With and without a clasp, Round bracelets you can put on the hand, both one and several pieces.
The absence of a fastener makes it easy to remove and put on this decoration. But it must to remembered that such a bracelet can easily deform.
Humanity decided to decorate bracelets with all kinds of charms and talismans a long time ago. I believe that such bracelets bring good luck and ward off evil.
A chain bracelet with an engraved plate came to civil society from the army. The vessel was engraved with basic information about the warrior. The name of beloved (beloved) or some aphorisms have a meaning symbol for the owner of jewelry is engraved on the bracelet.
Recently, there is often such a thing as a tennis bracelet. We are talking about the classic version of a round-shaped bracelet, often decorated with medium-sized diamonds, less often sapphires. Today, tennis bracelets made of various materials, different in technique and cost, are in great demand among buyers.
The latest fashion trend is to wear a bracelet with a watch in one hand. Sets of spring-shaped bracelets made of yellow and rose gold are incredibly fashionable.
How to choose a bracelet that will be worn comfortably?
First, when trying on a bracelet, make sure that it fits you - not too long and not too short. At the same time, remember the main rule: the distance between the bracelet and the wrist should correspond to the width of one middle finger.
Secondly, carefully check that all the links that make up the bracelet are the same and strictly fit each other. If the distance between the links is more significant than it should be in some area, then keep in mind: soon, the clarity of the bracelet line will be broken, and "creases" may appear in this place. The presence of small roughness notches on the surface of the links also indicates the low quality of the product.
Thirdly, carefully consider the clasp. This is usually the weakest point of the bracelet. Make sure that it works well and there are no cracks or other damages on the tongue of the fastener.
And one more thing: to be sure that the clasp will never fail, choose bracelets with additional safety mechanisms. The most common today are other loose chains or a curly rigid retainer.