- How To Build A Pandora Bracelet
How To Build A Pandora Bracelet
How To Build A Pandora Bracelet
1. Determine Your Pandora Bracelet Size
How To Measure your wrist at the largest point. Add at least 3/4 inch but not more than 1 inch to your measurement. For example: If your wrist measures 6 1/4 inches at its largest point, you want to select a 7.1 inch bracelet.Pandora bracelets are offered in the following sizes: 6.3, 6.7, 7.1, 7.5, 7.9, 8.3, 9.1 inches. Our most popular bracelet size is 7.5 inches.
2. Pick Your Pandora Bracelet Type
Pandora Jewelry makes 6 different bracelet types. 3 sterling silver bracelets, 2 oxidized silver bracelets and one 14Kt gold bracelet. Most bracelets feature a Pandora Snap clasp in sterling silver or 14Kt gold. A lobster clasp is available with the sterling silver bracelet. Our most popular bracelet is the sterling silver with Pandora Snap clasp.
3. Choose Your Pandora Charms/Beads, Spacer, Clips and Safety Chain
The strength of the Pandora bracelet is the unique patented threaded system. Each bracelet is divided into three sections by small threads.
Each Pandora charm/bead is equipped with interior threads, which allows you to screw individual charms onto any bracelet segment in the order you desire. The charms move freely and rotate slightly with your wrist's movement, creating an undeniable eye catching and stunning effect. Pandora features sterling silver, 14Kt gold, and murano glass charms. Some sterling silver and 14Kt gold charms are set with gems.
Finish off your Pandora bracelet with matching clips, spacers and a safety chain. Pandora bracelets look best with two matching clips to cover the threaded dividers. Many Pandora bracelet owners prefer to accentuate their bracelets with matching spacers and a safety chain.
Caring For Your Pandora Jewelry
We recommend that you remove your Pandora bracelet or necklace before going to bed or participating in physical activity. Never expose your Pandora Jewely to chemicals, including liquid jewelry cleaner. Exposure to harsh chemicals can alter the appearance of your Pandora charms and bracelet. These chemicals include, but are not limited to, Liquid Silver Polish, Pools, Hot Tubs and Spas. Prevent pearls form being exposed to water or cleaning agents. Pearls must be cleaned with a soft brush or cloth. To clean your Pandora Jewelry, pour a small amount of universal cleaning agent into some lukewarm water and use a small, soft toothbrush. Remember that this cleaning method should not be used to clean pearls. You can also clean your Pandora bracelet, necklace and charms with a jewelry polishing cloth after wearing everyday.
Oxidation disappears with time. How quickly depends on how your Pandora Jewelry is treated. Things which can cause the oxidation to fade include: perspiration, chlorine, perfumes, cleaning agents and silver polish. Oxidation that fades is considered normal wear and tear and is not a defect.
Leather is a natural product that will benefit from careful protection. Do not use in water or other liquids that may cause discoloration. Leather can stretch and relax over time; stretching is not a defect in this product. As a natural feature of genuine leather, you may notice gentle shading and variations in color. You may also experience a change in the shade of the leather due to oils in the skin and the addition of charms to the bracelet or necklace. Use with a maximum of 7-9 charms. When adding charms to the new leather bracelet, please take care to hold the leather bracelet steady and twist the charm onto the bracelet.