A word of caution concerning cuff bracelets; Excessive bending will cause any sterling silver to stress. Similar to breaking a coat hanger by bending it back and forth sterling will eventually break if improperly treated. If they ever get caught on something and bend out of shape, care should be taken to reshape, any major adjustments may need the heat of a torch. Minor adjustments should be made off the wrist and any bending stress spread over the entire length of the bracelet. Cuff bracelets should never be squeezed together once on your wrist – they should be adjusted once so the void area is precisely the minimal distance between the back of your wrist and the area between your wrist bones – one end placed between that minimal wrist dimension of the bones (force one end hard between the bones) and the other end wrapped around the wrist so that the bracelet does not stress. With proper fit and care they should last a lifetime.
When Measuring your wrist for a cuff bracelet wrap a string around your wrist at the narrowest part of your wrist (see photo()