Bracelets & Anklets Info

Almost all of our bracelets can be worn as anklets, and vice versa. It will be dependant on the size that you choose using our sizing guide.

Click here for Anklet Sizing

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 All our bracelets, anklets and necklaces are adjustable at the back of the hand, ankle or neck with our Sol seahorse symbol or a small natural dotted seashell. 

You can play with the length of the chain by attaching the clasp to one of the hoops in the chain, causing the Sol symbol or the naturally dotted shell to freely dangle, adding another edge to the jewellery.


You can use our beautiful seahorse to add some more length by attaching the clasp to its tail:


We also have some beautiful handmade thread bracelets that are adjustable by pulling the threads in opposite directions.




How to measure your ring size? 

Click here for a ring sizing video 

All you need is a pair of scissors, a piece of thread and a ruler.
Wrap the thread around your finger, then mark and cut the spot where the thread meets.
Measure the length of the thread with your ruler. This will give you the circumference (C) of your ring size
Now you can choose your size from our ring sizing chart.
if you are still not sure about the right size, or your size doesn't show in our chart, you are more than welcome to contact us and we'll be happy to assist you.
To put in the belly button piercing, grasp the ring between the fingers and thumb on either side of the opening and pull one side of the ring toward you and the other side away from you. This will twist the metal to widen the opening for you to insert the jewellery. Do not pull the jewellery apart as this may put stress on the metal. You may use pliers if you cannot use your fingers. Put the jewellery into the hole and close the same way.
The ring is made of either Silver 925 or Gold-filled.
To maintain the cleanliness of the piercing, in the first week you should always wash your hands before handling, and clean 3 times a day in a saltwater solution (glass of water with three teaspoons of salt) and apply an antibiotic cream during the week. It is not recommended to enter a chlorine swimming pool within the first 10 days of changing the piercing. However, if you do, it is recommended to wash the area with soap in the shower afterwards. Seawater is good for the piercing.
You should avoid tight clothes that may snag the piercing. This may cause infection so please be careful. The warranty does not cover the jewellery in the event of infection or allergies of any kind. No responsibility for a loss.
If you have any questions or need some help, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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