How Does Permanent Jewelry Work?
The process of securing permanent jewelry onto the wearer is easy, quick, painless, and non-invasive. Measure the length of chain needed, cut the chain, and place it around your customer’s wrist, neck, ankle, or finger. Connect a jump ring and then close it quickly and easily with a pulse-arc welder. Add beautiful dangles and links to create unique, personalized jewelry that can be worn — always.
Having custom bracelets, necklaces, anklets, or rings welded on permanently is a unique experience that can symbolize the bonds of love, friendship, and commitment. It’s a great personalized option for bridal showers, baby showers, anniversaries, birthdays, parents and their children, sisters, and just because.
What kinds of permanent jewelry can I get?
You can find permanent bracelets, rings, anklets and necklaces at various jewelry stores and retailers. The most popular type of permanent jewelry is the bracelet.
How does permanent jewelry work?
The process might change slightly depending on where you go but typically, the retailer will size a chain to fit your wrist, cut it and weld both ends around your wrist for a clasp-free permanent bracelet. The process takes a few minutes at most.
What is the point of permanent jewelry?
People gravitate towards permanent jewelry as a style statement, for sentimental reasons and as romantic gestures. Two friends might get permanent bracelets to represent the strength of their bond or a couple might opt for permanent jewelry to symbolize a life of love and happiness. Or, if you’re like me, you simply love jewelry and it feels cool to have something permanent.
How much does it cost to get a permanent bracelet?
The cost of permanent jewelry depends on the retailer and the type of metal and charms you choose. For instance, yellow gold permanent bracelets at Gemelli Jewelers range from $98 to $348.
Can permanent jewelry be removed?
In theory, no. If for any reason you wanted to remove your permanent bracelet, you would need to use a pair of scissors to cut the chain off. We recommend that you save the chain in case you choose to get it re-welded together.