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July 25, 2023

Here at DEMI+CO we are always trying to innovate and look to new materials and new styles when it comes to magnetic bracelets. With that in mind we recently added to our magnetic bracelet collection with a range of ceramic magnetic bracelets, these magnetic bracelets combine stainless steel, magnets and links of ceramic to create a stunning contrast between the two materials. Ceramic is a material that has been used in jewellery making for decades, below we have outlined some interesting information about the historic use of ceramic and how it came about to be used in jewellery.

Stainless steel bracelets are one of the bestselling metal range of magnetic bracelets, stainless steel has so many benefits and is one of the most robust and longer lasting metals. The sleek nature of stainless steel contrasts well and when combined with ceramic it makes the bracelets stand out. Another benefit of combining the two metals is that the ceramic in the bracelet makes the bracelet lighter in feel, so if you want the benefits of stainless steel without the weight then ceramic and stainless steel bracelets are ideal. Another great benefit of ceramic bracelets are the choices in colours- which are endless from white, black, pink, red you name it and it can be done. We hope you enjoy reading in more detail about ceramic and stainless steel bracelets and also check out some of our bestselling bracelets as well.


Frankie Ceramic and Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet

Make a glamourous statement with this black and rose gold magnetic bracelet. Made with stainless steel and ceramic this stylish and unique ladies magnetic bracelet has stunning rose gold detailing too. This magnetic bracelet has all the benefits of magnetic therapy and the sturdiness of stainless steel rolled in to one.

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History of ceramic bracelets

Ceramics, which are objects made from clay and then hardened by heat, have been used by humans for various purposes for over 27,000 years. The discovery of fired clay objects dates back to the Palaeolithic era. However, the specific history of ceramic bracelets is not well-documented in ancient times.

In more recent history, ceramic jewelry gained popularity during the Art Nouveau movement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Artists and artisans during this period were exploring new materials and techniques, and ceramics provided an opportunity for experimentation. Ceramic bracelets, along with other types of ceramic jewelry such as pendants and brooches, were created with intricate designs, often inspired by nature and characterized by flowing lines and organic forms.

Ollie Ceramic and Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet

Slimline and subtle, slightly narrower in style this ceramic and magnetic bracelet is perfect for those that want an understated health bracelet. Made with stainless steel and ceramic this minimal and chic magnetic bracelet is a timeless choice. This magnetic bracelet has all the benefits of magnetic therapy and the sturdiness of stainless steel rolled in to one. An alluring and subtle magnetic bracelet that can be worn anywhere anytime. 

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Ceramic bracelets in the 20th century

During the mid-20th century, ceramic bracelets became particularly popular in certain regions, such as Latin America. In Mexico, for example, traditional ceramic bracelets are often hand-painted with vibrant colours and intricate patterns, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of the country.

In contemporary times, ceramic bracelets continue to be popular as a fashion accessory and a form of self-expression. They are often appreciated for their unique appearance, durability, and versatility. Ceramic is a versatile material that allows for a wide range of colours, textures, and finishes. It can be shaped and moulded into various designs, from delicate and intricate patterns to bold and modern styles.

Ceramic bracelets are also valued for their hypoallergenic properties. Unlike some metals, ceramics are less likely to cause skin irritation or allergies, making them a popular choice for individuals with sensitive skin.

Modern day

Today, ceramic bracelets are available in a variety of styles and designs, catering to different tastes and preferences. They can be found in both artisanal and mass-produced forms, offering a range of options for consumers.

It's important to note that the history of ceramic bracelets can vary across different cultures and regions, as ceramics have been used by civilizations around the world for various purposes.


How many bracelets should you wear on each wrist?

This is a personal choice; with fashion bracelets the choice is up to you. Ideally between two to three bracelets gives interest and colour. However, if you are wearing more than ten then it may be a little overwhelming and uncomfortable.


Which wrist do you wear a bracelet on?

This really depends on your personal preference; traditional etiquette may say that a woman should wear a bracelet on the right but most people will wear a bracelet on one wrist and watch on the other – depending on what is comfortable. Some may wear no watch and wear bracelets on both wrists – it really is a personal choice.


Sam Ceramic and Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet

This monochrome white and black magnetic bracelet gives us all sorts of Parisian vibes. Made with stainless steel and ceramic this minimal and chic womens magnetic bracelet is a classic choice. This magnetic bracelet has all the benefits of magnetic therapy and the sturdiness of stainless steel rolled in to one.

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Benefits of ceramic bracelets:

  1. Durability: Ceramic is a highly durable material that can withstand daily wear and tear. It is resistant to scratches, dents, and fading, making ceramic bracelets long-lasting and suitable for everyday use.
  2. Hypoallergenic: Ceramic is a hypoallergenic material, which means it is unlikely to cause skin irritation or allergic reactions. This makes ceramic bracelets a great option for people with sensitive skin or metal allergies.
  3. Lightweight: Ceramic magnetic bracelets are typically lightweight compared to other materials like metal. This makes them comfortable to wear for extended periods without causing strain or discomfort.
  4. Heat and moisture resistance: Ceramic is resistant to heat and moisture, making it an ideal choice for bracelets. It can withstand exposure to water, sweat, and humidity without losing its integrity or colour. This means you can wear ceramic bracelets while engaging in activities such as swimming or exercising without worrying about damage.
  5. Versatility: Ceramic bracelets come in a wide range of designs, colours, and finishes, offering versatility in style. They can be found in various shapes, patterns, and textures, allowing individuals to choose a bracelet that matches their personal taste and complements different outfits.
  6. Unique aesthetics: Ceramic bracelets often feature unique and eye-catching designs. Ceramic artisans can create intricate patterns, textures, and even incorporate other materials like metals or gemstones into their creations. The result is a visually appealing bracelet that stands out from traditional metal or leather options.
  7. Non-magnetic: Unlike metal bracelets, some ceramic bracelets are non-magnetic. This can be beneficial for individuals who work with electronic devices or have medical conditions that require them to avoid magnetic fields.
  8. Easy maintenance: Ceramic bracelets are relatively low maintenance they can be easily cleaned with mild soap and water, and their colour and shine can be maintained with regular wiping using a soft cloth.


How do you wear a bracelet that is too big?

Ideally if you are wearing a longer sleeve top or jacket the bracelet has some texture for the bracelet to cling to and then that way it doesn’t look too odd. Larger bracelets can look effective if there is more than one bracelet – this way it can look more like stacked bracelets. However, it is not advisable to wear a large bracelet and a smaller one together as the smaller bracelets could get lost underneath the larger bracelet.


Why do people wear so many bracelets?

Wearing jewellery and bracelets is an expression of style and personality, people stack bracelets on their wrists to express their uniqueness and individuality, some bracelets also have sentimental value as well.


Lewis Ceramic and Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet

Be cool in blue with this ceramic and stainless steel magnetic bracelet. Links of deep navy blue are strung together with silver stainless steel links. This robust and manly magnetic bracelet is sophisticated, strong and reliable.

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What are the four 4 types of bracelets?

Here are the top 4 types of bracelets:

Bangle Bracelets: Traditionally stemming from India this is similar to a cuff style, a closed style bracelet that has no opening but is slid on to the wrist.

Link bracelets: These bracelets are made with connecting links, this type of bracelet can be adjusted by adding or removing links. Link bracelets have clasps that can be opened and closed for easy opening and closing of the bracelet.

Cuff bracelets: These bracelets are similar to bangle bracelets but they usually have a small gap in the bracelet. This type of bracelet is usually a wider and chunkier style of bracelet but this depends on the style.

Charm Bracelets and tennis bracelets:

Charm bracelets are usually a narrow chain with small trinkets attached to it, these are either permanently attached to the bracelet or they can be removed or attached on to the bracelet as well. Tennis bracelets are bracelets that consists of a single strand of stones usually rhinestones, diamonds or other types of gems usually in a loose fitting, flexible strand style.


Jessie Ceramic and Stainless Steel Magnetic Bracelet

Be subtle and fresh with this white and rose gold magnetic bracelet. Made with stainless steel and ceramic this stylish and unique magnetic bracelet has stunning rose gold detailing too. This magnetic bracelet has all the benefits of magnetic therapy and the sturdiness of stainless steel rolled in to one. 

 stainless steel bracelet

Is it better to wear a bracelet on the left or right hand?

Right-handed people tend to wear bracelets on their right wrist and a watch on their left hand and vice versa for left handed. This is by no means a rule to adhere to, best thing is to go with what feels comfortable and what feels right to you.


Is it okay to wear bracelet everyday?

This depends on the type of bracelet, if it is a robust metal like gold, silver, copper, stainless steel, titanium or solid rose gold then yes you can and you should. If it is costume jewellery then check the metals it is made of. As long as you take off costume jewellery before showering and take the bracelets off at night then you should be fine to wear your bracelet everyday.


Is it OK to wear bracelets on both wrists?

Yes it is fine to wear bracelets on both wrists, as long as it feels comfortable and it is safe to do so then experiment and try bracelets on both wrists. Matching bracelets and contrast bracelets work well on both wrists especially if you dressing up for an occasion, however wearing bracelets on both wrists for daily wear is fine too.


What bracelets look good on small wrists?

Any bracelet can look good on a small wrist, ideally a closer fitting bracelet like a close fitting bangle, or an adjustable chain bracelet can look good as well. Adjustable bracelets are also ideal practically for smaller wrists as you can usually adjust them with a link removal tool to make them as small as you need them.


We hope you found this article useful, as ever we go to great lengths to explore information that helps us become experts in the jewellery, copper, magnetic and health field and as ever we like to share that information with our customers and DEMI+CO family.

Here at DEMI+CO we work closely with our manufacturers to ensure they use quality metals and skilled craftspeople that create beautiful jewellery with care. We use quality stainless steel, copper, titanium, rose gold, gold, and silver to ensure all our pieces last as long possible. We also try and make sure we curate stunning collections of magnetic jewellery, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings so that there is something to suit all styles and all personalities. We also try and make sure that we have treat our customers to discounts and great customer service wherever we can. As ever we always like to keep our door open and try and ensure we answer and deal with any queries and questions too.







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