The Bernhard H. Mayer Classe Bangle is simple, yet makes a bold statement. The narrow stainless-steel cuff is brought to life with a subtle 18K gold line. Minimal, yet sophisticated. Wear it on its own or pair it with your favourite Bernhard H. Mayer watch.
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|Content||18K Yellow Gold Inlay – Matt Finish / Stainless Steel – Matt Finish|
|Weight||18K Gold 2.4 grammes|
|Total Weight||20 grammes|
|Dimension||70 x 53.0 mm|
FIND YOUR FIT WITH OUR BRACELET SIZE CHART
The best way to know your correct bracelet size is to measure your wrist using a soft tape measure.
Wrap a soft tape measure around your wrist, just below the wrist bone, with the numbers facing outward. Make sure it is not too tight: the tape measure should be able to turn comfortably on your wrist.
Close the tape measure as if it were the bracelet itself. The number that lines up with the start on the tape is the circumference of your wrist. Note down your measurement and compare it to the bracelet size chart below. This is your bracelet size. Please note that the measures listed in the table refer to the actual length of the bracelet; you may also try the desired fit on your wrist and select the matching size accordingly.
If you are between two sizes, we suggest you opt for the larger size. If you do not have a tape measure, you can use a ribbon or a cord, wrap it around your wrist and measure the length using a ruler. Alternatively, you can also use a bracelet that fits you well to compare its length to the Bernhard H. Mayer bracelet size chart.
MEASURE THE CIRCUMFERENCE
Use a soft tape measure or download the Bernhard H. Mayer Ruler
Bracelet Length (cm)
|L||6.7 x 5.1 cm||7.0inch|
|XL||7.0 x 5.3 cm||7.48inch
As part of our commitment to sustainability, all our fine jewellery products primarily use recycled gold. The precious metals used in our jewellery pieces are of the highest quality and responsibly sourced from members of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), the leading ethical standard within the jewellery industry.
Gold mining has a history of civil war, labour abuse, and environmental devastation. It is one of the most environmentally destructive types of mining. Did you know that one single gold ring can potentially create a staggering 20-tons of mining waste! This waste contains toxic chemicals which can contaminate nearby water supply and soil.
Our aim is to bring you beautiful jewellery pieces that have been crafted by breathing new life into old gold without compromising its quality while respecting mother nature.
The RJC’s Code of Practices addresses human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure, and many other focuses in the jewellery supply chain. Our partnership with RJC certified members ensures operational integrity and a responsible supply chain management.
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