Bojangles Bangles

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Bojangles Bangles

from 60.00

COMES AS A SET OF 3

Named in honor of Bill Robinson, a pioneering African American actor & tap dancer born in 1878! When you wear more than one, their jangling makes a sweet little sound and we hope it reminds you to always keep dancing!

Handmade in our Los Angeles studio with a subtle hammered texture these bangles quickly become an everyday staple.  

Fits over hands that are 8.5" in circumference or smaller. The diameter for our bangles is 2 5/8". See additional information below to measure for fit.

Materials: Sterling Silver, Gold Fill or Brass

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What is gold fill?

Gold fill wire is a combination of 14K gold bonded with a base metal. It has the color, shine and wear of real gold but is significantly less expensive because it is not solid gold. We use gold fill made in the USA of brass and zinc. It is nickel free.

How do I know if they will fit over my hand?

The easiest way to determine if the bangles will fit your hand is to measure the diameter of a bangle you already own. See the photo showing the diameter of one of our bangles.  

If you don't have any bangles, then measure the widest part of your hand using these steps:

1. If you don't have a tape measure, collect a piece of string, ribbon or even dental floss that is at least 10" long

2. Hold you hand as if you were going to slip the bangle on and wrap the string around the widest part of your knuckles, between your index finger and pinky finger. Make sure your thumb is tucked under. See the picture for reference. 

3. Pinch the place where the string meets and then measure the length with a ruler. That will give you the circumference. You can see in the photos, the model has a circumference of 8.5"