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    There are many types of gold bracelets, each with special characteristics such as design, weight, thickness and texture. The chain bracelet is thin and minimalist, consisting of a gold chain. The charm bracelet is a bracelet that has one or more pendants attached to the chain. The bangle bracelet is a fixed bracelet without clasp and has a simple design. The cuff bracelet is a bracelet that fits on the hand and has an open shape so it can fit on several wrist sizes. The tennis bracelet consists of a line of gemstones, usually diamonds, set in a thin chain of white, yellow or rose gold and fastened with a buckle.
    It's important to consider the style and design of the jewelry you want to pair it with. We recommend choosing bracelets with the same or similar designs, such as gemstones or thin chains. In addition, it is important to match the colours of the jewellery so that it creates a visually pleasing harmony.
    It is recommended not to wear gold bracelets while showering or swimming as water, chlorine and salts can damage them, especially those with gemstones.
    To choose the right size for a gold bracelet, it is recommended to measure the circumference of the wrist with a tape measure or a flexible band. It is important not to measure too tightly and to add between 1.5 and 2.5 centimetres to the measurement obtained to ensure a comfortable fit.
    Carat refers to the purity of the gold or the amount of gold in the alloy. Gold is measured in carats, and one carat equals 0.2 grams. An 18 carat gold bracelet contains 75% gold and 25% other metals, while a 14 carat gold bracelet contains 58.5% gold and 41.5% other metals. The higher the carat weight of the bracelet, the more valuable and pure the gold will be.
    The difference between yellow gold, rose gold and white gold is the composition of the metals. Yellow gold is mainly composed of gold and copper, rose gold is composed of gold and palladium, and white gold is composed of gold and other metals such as silver or palladium. This difference in composition determines the final colour of the gold.
    The best way to care for a gold bracelet is to clean it regularly with a slightly damp sponge and soap. It is important to avoid using chemicals or abrasive solutions as these can damage or stain the gold. After cleaning, rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft towel.
    With every TEILOR jewellery order placed online, you enjoy premium gift wrapping, interest-free instalments, delivery within 48 hours and returns within 14 days. In addition, you are guaranteed that your jewellery is certified and can benefit from repairs in the TEILOR workshop.