Wear & Care Guide

Tips that are helpful when putting on the bangle:


When you unpack your bracelet, you may notice that the opening seems quite small. We intentionally keep them a little tighter so that you can customize your new companion. It is easier to bend the piece of jewelry a little - if necessary - than to make it smaller by bending it. Don't worry, you won't damage it.


When increasing the gap, a few millimeters are enough - if at all - even if trying to slip the hoop over your arm is still a bit strenuous. The good news: there is a trick. This means your new piece of jewelry will slide easily into the right place:


There is a soft spot on the inside of your arm two finger widths below the heel of your hand. Now press one end of the bracelet lightly into this hollow. This gives you enough “air” to slide the other end over the outside of your forearm without exerting any force. Et voilà: now the piece of jewelry should sit comfortably. Not too loose, but not too tight either.


If the bracelet doesn't fit perfectly, it's probably too big or too small. Please contact us and tell us the exact size of your wrist.  We will be happy to advise you, exchange the bangle without any problems, even after it has been worn for a long time, and can also produce intermediate sizes upon request. This does not result in any additional costs.

Caring for your bracelet:

We make our jewelry from solid copper, stainless steel, brass and sterling silver. Since it is not surface treated, your bangle will darken if you don't wear it for a long time and it is exposed to the air in the room. Only stainless steel is spared from such “oxidation”. But that's not a problem. You can quickly restore the original condition with the included small silver cleaning cloth or a few drops of silver polish and a soft cloth. A “treatment” with toothpaste also works. Or you can simply wear the bracelet. Then the patina usually disappears on its own. One more thing: For some people, the skin turns slightly green under a copper bracelet. The metal reacts to the microclimate of the skin, for example to heavy sweating. This discoloration is completely harmless. It can be easily washed off with soap and water - or prevented by applying a colorless nail polish.

This bracelet has soul, origin and history. Have fun with it.