Our bracelet is a modern, multi-strand look. The metal is a polished stainless steel so it will not tarnish and needs no care. A strong magnet closure is secured by a small safety chain (not shown) so you have the ease of a magnet closure and the safety of the chain. Our custom made cording is a fabric blend with a monofilament core so it will not stretch. It will relax and soften round to your wrist. The bracelets are sized, for a custom fit. Our suggestion is that the bracelet is worn snug, more like a cuff than a bangle; this will minimize the turning and stay more in place.
We have eight sizes which are 6 1/4, 6 1/2, 6 3/4, 7, 7 1/4, 7 1/2, 7 3/4 and 8.
Please inquire by email for other sizes. They can be accommodated.
Selecting a size:
To order the proper size, please measure your wrist snug and add 3/4 of an inch to that wrist measurement for your bracelet size. If you prefer that it fit a little more snug you can add 1/2 inch to your wrist measurement, but you do not want it to tight. To measure, use a soft tape measure or you can use a ribbon/string around your wrist then measure that onto a ruler. Please measure snug and accurately for your proper fit. These are general measurements and work most of the time. If your wrist measures 6 inches, then your bracelet would be size 6 3/4 (or 6 1/2).
Col de Mar uses various intriguing leathers in its accessory collection. Leather is a durable and flexible material created by the tanning of any animal rawhide, including fish. Our signature leather and one we began working with is our Tilapia fish leather. Throughout the years and with new designs we started working with other intriguing and exotic leathers such as eel, embossed and printed cow leathers and various snake leathers.
We source our leathers from USA suppliers that meet the requirements of exotic leathers from species listed in the Convention on the International Trade in endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, CITES, an international agreement between governments with an aim to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.