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Bangle Size Guide

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How to Measure for Bangle Size

Bangle Sizing Illustration Diagram -Hand Only

1. Prepare
Hold your hand as if you were putting on a bangle. Bring all of your fingers together with your thumb and little finger touching.

2. Measure
Measure around the hand at the widest point with a tape measure, string, or a strip of paper. Be sure to pull the paper, string, or tape measure snug against your skin. If using a string/paper, mark it with a pen and then measure it with a ruler. This measurement is the circumference of your hand.

Size not listed in the chart? If your size doesn't fit into these categories, please choose "Other" for your size selection, and indicate your circumference measurement in the space provided.


Hand Circumference (mm)Size
190 mmSMALL
210 mmMEDIUM
219 mmLARGE


Hand Circumference (in)Size
7 1/2"SMALL
8 1/4"MEDIUM
8 5/8"LARGE

OneMeter Bangle in Copper



As a companion piece to the OneFooter Ring, this bangle starts as one meter of copper wire. The metal is first forged to variate the line quality, as in the original brush and ink drawing, then wound repeatedly into a continuous loop, wrapping around the wrist many times without beginning or end. This refined spiral bangle beautifully coils its loops of copper.

Each one turns out to be a different size, but basic sizes are small, medium, and large, and extra small and extra large are also possible for me to make.

The copper is heat treated for colour, but not varnished; thus, its natural patina will likely change over time. Copper should not be left wet. A blue-green discolouration from the skin is unlikely, but possible.

Additional information

Weight .005 kg
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 cm


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