Native American Bracelets
Our bracelet measurements are given as the Total Inside Circumference, which is equal to the combined measurement of the silver and the gap/opening. We also provide the length of the silver and the opening separately.
The bracelet's width is measured at the widest point of the cuff, usually at the center. The width is the axis that runs from your hand to your elbow.
To determine your wrist size:
Optimally, use a soft tape measure (the type seamstresses use) and run it around your wrist over the top of your wrist bone. If you don't have a soft tape measure, you can also use a strip of paper cut to around 1" wide, then mark it for measurement with a straight ruler or tape measure. This is your wrist size and should be used to compare the sizes listed on the website (listed as the total inner circumference on the listings). When browsing bracelets, you can also use our search refinements to see only the bracelets in your size range.Please note that the wider the bracelet, the larger it should be to accommodate the wrist bone or wider parts of the wrist.