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Authentic Native American sterling silver and turquoise  leather cuffs, ketohs, bow guards, concho bracelets
Ketohs (Bowguards), Leather Cuffs
and Concho Belt Bracelets
Sterling Silver  Link Watch Bracelet
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New Old Stock Inlay bracelet Sterling Silver and Rainbow Calsilica link bracelet
NOS Rainbow Calsilica
Running Bear Trading Co.
5 3/4" - NBL450 - $125
Sterling Silver Turquoise concho belt style bracelet
Turquoise Concho Belt Style
5 1/2" to 9" - NBL437 - $125

Sterling Silver Native American bracelet
Lambert Perry, Navajo
Adjustable 6" to 7 1/4"
NBL402 - $160

Sterling Silver Native American bracelet
Thomas Charley, Navajo
6 1/4" to 7 1/2" - NBL418 - $295

Sterling Silver Turquoise concho belt style bracelet
Turquoise Concho Belt Style
5 1/2" to 7 3/4"
NBL435 - $325
Sterling Silver Turquoise concho belt style bracelet
Turquoise Bracelet
Concho Belt Style

5 1/2" to 8"
NBL455 - $290
Sterling Silver turquoise leather concho bracelet
Adjustable with Turquoise
5 3/4" to 8 1/4"
NBK24A - $297

Silver Bracelets

Stone Bracelets

Vintage Bracelets

Bargain Bracelets

Mexican Bracelets

Authentic Vintate NOS Native American Sterling Silver and Gold Link Bracelet by Navajo Ken and Mary Bill
Vintage NOS
Ken & Mary Bill, Navajo
White Buffalo Collection
6 1/4" - BP356 - $350

New Old Stock Zuni sterling silver and stone Inlay bracelet
NOS Zuni Inlay

6 1/2 " - NBL445 - $125
Sterling Silver turquoise leather concho bracelet
Adjustable with Turquoise
5 3/4" to 8 1/4"
NBK24B - $297
Sterling Silver turquoise leather concho bracelet
Adjustable with Turquoise
5 3/4" to 8 1/4"
NBK24D - $297
New Old Stock sterling silver and stone Inlay bracelet
NOS Inlay

6 1/2" - NBL446 - $125

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver overlay Storyteller Link bracelet by Navajo Tillie Jon
NOS Turquoise Inlay

6 5/8 " - NBL439 - $245

New Old Stock Malachite and sterling silver link bracelet
Malachite
6 3/4" - NBL453 - $45

Sterling Silver Native American bracelet
Alonzo Mariano, Navajo
6 3/4" - NBL408 - $225

Sterling Silver turquoise cluster link bracelet
Turquoise Cluster
6" to 7" - NBL423 - $395

Authentic Vintage NOS Native American Sterling Silver and Gold Kokopelli Storyteller Bracelet by Navajo Alonzo Mariano
Alonzo Mariano, Navajo
Vintage NOS

White Buffalo Collection
6 7/8" - BP288- $295

 

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver overlay horse link bracelet by Navajo Francis Tabaha
Francis Tabaha, Navajo
7" and smaller
NBL425 - $325

Native American Navajo vintage sterling silver and gold link bracelet
Gold Link
Ken and Mary Bill, Navajo
7" - BP158 - $425

New Old Stock Inlay bracelet Sterling Silver and orange and purple spiny oyster link bracelet by Navajo artist Teddy Goodluck, Jr.
Orange Spiny Oyster
Teddy Goodluck, Jr., Navajo

7" and smaller
NBL451 - $165

New Old Stock inlay bracelet Sterling Silver and turquoise by Zuni artist Emma Romancito
NOS Turquoise Inlay

Emma Romancito, Zuni
7 1/4 " - NBL440 - $295

Vintage Multi-stone Inlay Link bracelet fits up to 7 1/4 inch wrist
NOS Multi-stone Link Bracelet
up to 7 1/4" - BP763- $75

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and Coral half bead link bracelet by Navajo Marie Yazzie
Marie Yazzie, Navajo
up to 7 1/2" - NBL431 - $213

New Old Stock Inlay bracelet Sterling Silver and turquoise by Zuni artists Raylan and Patte Edaake
NOS Inlay

Raylan and Patte Edaake, Zuni
up to 7 5/8 " - NBL444 - $245

sterling silver chain charm bracelets
Sterlling Silver Charm Bracelets
7" to 8" - NBS518 - $15 to $25

Sterling Silver  Link Watch Bracelet
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How to Measure Your Wrist for a Bracelet

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 The best way to get a good fit is to measure a cuff bracelet you already have that fits you well and look for a bracelet with those dimensions. The total inside circumference is the inside circumference of the bracelet from end to end plus the gap (the distance between the ends).

If you don't have a cuff bracelet to use for comparison, then measure your wrist where you want to wear the bracelet. There are several ways to do this.

1. Use flexible tape measure to measure around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet

2. Wrap a piece of string or ribbon once around your wrist where you will wear the bracelet. Make a mark across the string wrap. Remove the string and measure between the marks to find the circumference of your wrist.

3. Cut a strip of paper approximately 8" long and as wide as the bracelet you would like to wear. Wrap the paper around your wrist where you would wear the bracelet. You might secure the paper with a piece of tape to get a better feel of the fit. Make a mark where the end of the paper lays on the wrap. Remove the paper and measure from the end to the mark for the circumference of your wrist.

All of our bracelet pages have the following measurments:

1. Total inside circumference which includes the gap. This corresponds more or less to your wrist measurement. (The best gauge is to measure a cuff bracelet that fits you well and compare to the bracelet you are considering.)

2. The gap, which is the distance between the ends.

 

How well a bracelet will fit you will depend on whether you like to wear the bracelet tight or loose, alone or with other bracelets, in front of or behind the prominent bone on your wrist, changes in temperature (weather) and other factors.

Bracelet measurements

The Total Inside Circumference (total measurement around the inside) is also the approximate wrist size. This measurement includes the gap. The gap is the distance between the ends.

Note from Paula:

I can't stress enough that the best way to get a perfectly fitting cuff bracelet is to measure one that fits you well and compare its measurements to the measurements on the page of a bracelet you are considering buying. When I wrap a string or dressmakers cloth tape measure around my wrist it measures between 6 7/8" and 7" and yet the bracelet I am wearing today measures 6 5/8 total inside circumference, which includes the gap. So the bracelet that fits me the best is actually 1/4" smaller than my wrist measurement. Such a bracelet is steady, does not flop around, yet does not dig in anywhere. It is comfortable and perfection in fit. So bear that in mind as you shop. You may likely prefer a bracelet slightly smaller than your wrist size.

Many cuff bracelets are adjustable. They can be opened or closed up to about a 1/4 inch larger or smaller. The types that are NOT easily adjustable are those that are made from very thick, heavy metal or those with inlaid stones across the entire front and sides.

When you purchase a bracelet, realize that if you adjust it, it is not returnable. To adjust your bracelet, be very careful how you adjust it so you don't make it an odd shape or damage it. If you try to bend an area of your bracelet where there is a stone or inlay, you might pop the stones out. Generally when opening or closing a bracelet for fit, encircle one hand firmly over the last stone on one side of the bracelet and then make your adjustment by bending in or out the portion of the bracelet from the last stone to the end of the bracelet. Do the same on the other side.

Remember, some bracelets are not adjustable at all. Those that have stones or inlay all the way to the ends of the bracelet are not considered adjustable. Those that are made of very heavy silver would be very difficult to bend, so are considered not adjustable.

Bracelet Weight

We list the weight of bracelets for several reasons. First, the price of silver fluctuates but has been running high the last several years. The weight of a sterling silver bracelet factors into its price. Also, we list the weight because sometimes you are shopping for a substantial piece, like a heavy cuff, and sometimes you are looking for a very lightweight piece. You can compare the weights among bracelets to find exactly what you want.

Traditionally precious metals and jewelry weights are listed in grams or Troy ounces. There are approximately 31.1 grams in one Troy ounce.
As always, if you have questions about a bracelet, write us at .

IMPORTANT NOTE: Bracelets that have been adjusted are not returnable. Jewelry return guidelines along with detailed shipping and return information can be found on our Policy Page.

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