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How to Measure Your Bracelet Size Learn how to measure your wrist size and find the bracelet size that will fit you. Shop Our Bracelets to Find Your Size Measuring Your Wrist Size Option #1:  Take a flexible measuring tape or tailors tape and measure your wrist right below the wrist bone.  Tip: Try using a piece of cellophane tape to hold the measuring/tailors tape in place on your wrist for ease of measuring.  Option #2:  Take a piece of string and wrap it around your wrist right below the wrist bone. Mark the measurement with a pen or cut the string to...

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How to Care for Your Plated Jewelry:  Never allow your plated jewelry to come into contact with any water.  You can store your plated jewelry in a jewelry box or soft pouch.  If residue builds up on your plated jewelry after normal wear and tear, you can take a microfiber cloth and lightly dab the jewelry piece. Never rub or wipe the metal of the jewelry piece. Never use water or any cleaning solution on your plated jewelry.  Tips for Handling Your Plated Jewelry:  Wash your hands before putting on or removing your plated jewelry. This will help prevent the...

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Synthetic opal is an excellent choice for inlay material whether you are a beginner or professional. Here are a few reasons that stand out in comparison to natural opal:   Natural opal is a hydrated amorphous form of silica that has a water content ranging from as low as 3% to as high as 21%. While there are many ways of stabilizing natural opal, (our) synthetic crushed opal does not contain water and has been stabilized by polymer. Due to being stabilized by polymer, the synthetic crushed opal will experience less cracking and crazing throughout its lifetime.   Lab-created opal...

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