Shades of grey, white, and black horse hair were meticulously braided into a 4-strand bracelet and adorned with a silver accent bead. Considered a Medium/Large sized bracelet, it measures 8 1/2″ with a lobster-style clasp. Dangling from the clasp is a charm of a holstered pistol which can be removed if preferred.
Measuring your wrist
- Use something flexible (like a string or strip of paper) and wrap it around your wrist, where you would normally wear a bracelet.
- Make a mark or cut your string or paper. Use a ruler or tape measure to measure the length. This is your wrist measurement.
- Add 1/4″-1/2″ to your wrist measurement for a snug fit – we recommend this size for our bracelets.
- OR add 3/4″-1″ for comfort fit, OR add 1 1/4″ for a loose fit.
What size bracelet do you need?
- Extra Small XS ~ fits 6.5 inches = small woman or child’s wrist.
- Small S ~ fits 7 inches = average woman’s wrist.
- Medium M ~ fits 8 inches = average man’s wrist or woman with large wrist.
- Large L ~ fits 9 inches = for man with large wrist.
- Extra Large XL ~ fits 9.5 inches = for man with a very large wrist.
Caring for your horse hair jewelry
Horse hair is a natural fiber that is fragile but durable if taken care of.
- Store in a cool, dry place like a satin jewelry pouch when you aren’t wearing it.
- Keep the horse hair from snagging by wearing it by itself snugly against your wrist.
- Try not to regularly soak your braided horse hair jewelry as this can weaken the sealant, mildew the braid, or even tarnish the hardware.
If your braid gets wet, allow it to dry naturally. If it snags and a hair strand is broken, use nail clippers to carefully snip the broken hair close to the braid.
The hardware may tarnish. It’s a natural occurrence that happens over time due to air and water exposure.