Thick snake Arm Cuff Gold Plated – Adema
Introducing the Adema Gold-Plated Thick Snake Arm Cuff, a stunning and bold piece of jewelry. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this arm cuff features a lustrous gold-plated finish, adding a touch of glamour to any outfit.
Made with high-quality sterling steel, the arm cuff offers durability and long-lasting beauty. Its unique design showcases a thick snake motif, symbolizing strength and power. The intricate details bring out the essence of this captivating creature, creating a captivating accessory that is sure to turn heads.
With a bangle size of 8×8 cm, the Adema Gold-Plated Thick Snake Arm Cuff offers a comfortable fit for most wrist sizes. Its versatile design allows it to be worn alone as a statement piece or stacked with other bracelets for a more layered look.
Whether you’re attending a special event or adding a touch of elegance to your everyday style, the Adema Gold-Plated Thick Snake Arm Cuff is the perfect choice. Embrace its bold and luxurious appeal, and let it become a symbol of your individuality and confidence.
- Plated : Gold Plated
- Metal : Sterling Steel
- Bangle Size : 8×8 cm
- Type :Arm Cuff / bracelet
How to measure bangle size
Here’s how to know the size of a bangle to be able to buy online, without having to return it.
The process of measuring to know the size of my bangle is quite
simple. Before doing so, you should know that the bangle should fit with a sufficient margin to slide a little over your wrist so that it is comfortable to put it on and take it off, and it’s and not be excessively tight.
So how do I know what your bangle size is?
Ideally, you’d need a thin string, cut several strips of the cord or thin string, 19 cm, 20 cm, etc.,
Then wrap it around your wrist as if it were a bangle (with some margin), the one that best fits would be the right measure.
If you don’t want to cut the fine string, what you can do is surround the wrist leaving a sufficient margin and mark the point where they form a circle. Once it’s marked, you measure it with a ruler or a meter.
If you don’t have a string, you can cut a strip of paper about 2 cm wide, wrap the wrist with the strip and check that it’s tight but wide enough to slide over your wrist ( the margin you’d like to
However, the best way is to use a flexible measuring tape and get exact measurement by wrapping it around your wrist, leaving enough gap so that it’s not tight on the wrist.
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