November 06, 2023
Classically designed this pewter magnetic bangle has a matt finish and dual grooves to add a bit of texture and attention to detail. This torque designed magnetic bracelet not only has a number of health benefits but the design ensures that is versatile enough to wear day or night and even whilst playing sports.
This is our womens range of the Axle bracelet, similarly designed with a matt finish this slim, silver magnetic bracelet is truly one of a kind. Made with robust pewter that is pretty much life proof and a delicate design this classic magnetic bracelet embraces style and function.
Pewter jewellery has a rich history that spans centuries, and it has been a popular choice for creating decorative and functional items throughout different time periods. Here's a brief overview of the history of pewter jewellery:
Ancient Origins: Pewter has been used since ancient times, with evidence of its use dating back over 2,000 years. It was commonly utilized by various civilizations, including the Egyptians, Romans, and Chinese, for creating a wide range of items, including jewellery.
Medieval Europe: Pewter gained popularity in Europe during the Middle Ages. It was a practical alternative to silver and gold due to its lower cost and malleability. Pewter jewellery became particularly popular during this time, often featuring intricate designs and patterns.
Similar to our Baratheon copper magnetic bracelet this mens magnetic bracelet is made with pewter, making it effortless and classic with added health benefits. This magnetic bracelet has a classic Celtic design making truly timeless. This robust and comfortable arthritis bracelet has a timeless design and is the perfect practical choice.
This mens magnetic bracelet is elegant and minimal with a touch of detail which makes this health bracelet perfect for daily wear. This magnetic bracelet is made with pewter and it has a matt finish and a unique and intricate groove design, this health bracelet is a comfortable and practical magnetic bangle.
Renaissance and Baroque Periods: The use of pewter jewellery continued to evolve and flourish during the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Craftsmen created highly detailed pieces with ornate motifs, often incorporating semi-precious stones, enamel, and other decorative elements.
18th and 19th Centuries: Pewter jewellery continued to be fashionable during the 18th and 19th centuries. These eras saw the emergence of styles like Rococo and Neoclassical, influencing pewter jewellery designs.
Decline and Revival: With the rise of more affordable and accessible materials, such as silver and gold-plated jewellery, pewter jewellery went into decline during the 19th and early 20th centuries. However, there was a resurgence in the late 20th century as people began to appreciate pewter for its historical significance and unique aesthetic.
Contemporary Pewter jewellery: Today, pewter jewellery remains a popular choice for those who appreciate its rustic and antique charm. Contemporary pewter jewellery designers and artisans create a wide range of pieces, from necklaces and bracelets to earrings and brooches. Pewter's affordability and its ability to take on intricate and detailed designs make it a unique and attractive choice for both traditional and modern jewellery.
Pewter is an alloy primarily composed of tin, with small amounts of other metals like copper, antimony, and bismuth added for strength and durability. It has a slightly dull, silvery-grey appearance and can be polished to a shiny or matte finish. Pewter jewellery is known for its vintage appeal, making it a favourite among collectors and those who appreciate historical and artisanal craftsmanship.
There should be at least half a cm gap between the bracelet and your wrist so that it moves a little but not so that it slides off completely. Some people may prefer their bracelet tighter, which is fine if they do so but having a bracelet too snug can be uncomfortable and could cause indentation marks on the skin. Again, this depends on the individual we do recommend a little bit of gap but personal preferences may differ.
The average size of a bracelet for a woman is usually 7 inches or 18 cm, however this depends on the wrist size of the person or individual as the average size is not applicable to everyone. Our copper bangles for example are bendable to fit all wrist sizes, our link bracelet and other styles of link bracelets can be removed with a tool so that you can adjust to your liking.
The average bangle size for a woman is between 7 inches to 7.5inches or 17cm to 18cm. Again, this depends on the person as some people have smaller wrists or larger wrists than average as well. The best way is to either measure the wrist or a well fitting bracelet which will give you an accurate result or get a bracelet that is easy to adjust -either with links, straps, bendable or adjustable chain
Masculine and robust our magnetic link bracelet is an ideal chunky statement piece. This classic and timeless magnetic bracelet combines health benefits with statement style. The links in this arthritis bracelet are all different sizes and are placed horizontally and vertically which adds an extra element of originality to this magnetic bracelet.
This unusual and unique magnetic link bracelet is artistically designed with an original pattern and is a great collector’s item. This is one of our most narrow styles of magnetic bracelets making it ideal for those that require a bracelet that is slight and unnoticeable. Inspired by tribal patterns this robust magnetic bracelet also combines health benefits of magnetic therapy and style all in one.
It is best to have a slightly loose but well-fitting bracelet. There should be at least half a cm gap between the bracelet and your wrist so that it moves a little but not so that it slides off completely. Some people may prefer their bracelet tighter, which is fine if they do so but having a bracelet too snug can be uncomfortable and could cause indentation marks on the skin. This does depend on personal preferences and can change depending on the individual.
This depends on how loose or tight you prefer your bracelet to be, we suggest a ½ cm or 1 cm bigger than your actual wrist size. If your wrist size for example is 17cm then we suggest 17.5cm or 18cm for a decent fit that isn’t too tight.
The average bangle size for a woman is between 7 inches to 7.5inches or 17cm to 18cm. Again, this depends on the person as some people have smaller wrists or larger wrists than average as well.
Pewter offers several benefits when used for jewellery making, making it a popular choice among both artisans and consumers. Here are some of the advantages of pewter for jewellery:
While pewter has numerous advantages for jewellery making, it's important to note that pewter jewellery may not be as shiny as silver or gold and can have a more subdued appearance. Additionally, the exact composition of pewter may vary, so it's a good idea to verify the materials used if you have specific concerns about allergies or sensitivities.
At DEMI+CO we have years and years of experience collating beautiful jewellery that combines style and health benefits. Our pewter magnetic bracelets are made by quality manufacturers who use quality materials. We also go to great lengths to curate a wide variety of magnetic bracelets that appeal to all tastes, from bold statement pieces to classic and traditional, minimal, modern and elegant styles.
We hope you found this article useful; we like to keep up to date with all thing’s pewter as jewellery experts we also like to share that knowledge with our customers. We are very proud of our magnetic collection from pewter magnetic bracelets, stainless steel magnetic bracelets, magnetic earrings, magnetic necklaces and titanium bracelets too. We are always adding to our collection so if you do have any specific requests do let us know and we can always try and source new items. We hope you also found the frequently asked questions useful as well, we try our best to answer all the queries we get and if you do have any other questions that havent been answered above then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
November 30, 2023
Here at DEMI+CO we have a vast selection of textured hoop earrings from textured sleeper hoops, small textured hoop earrings, to wide hoop earrings and large hoop earrings all textured. Our textured hoop earrings also come in a variety of metals from 9ct gold earrings, sterling silver hoops, rose gold hoops and white gold hoop earrings. We have also launched a new collection that combines some of our best selling fine jewellery pieces that our customers can purchase that includes luxury gift boxing, luxury bag and shipping worldwide all included.
November 21, 2023
Magnetic therapy has been around for many decades it is an ancient form of healing and now considered an alternative health treatment. Magnetic therapy uses magnets and their magnetic field to help heal a number of physical ailments. Magnetism is considered a science however very little research has gone into magnetic therapy and how it affects humans positively. Nevertheless the amount of people that use magnetic bracelets is ever increasing.
Below we have detailed more information on how magnetic therapy works, what magnetic therapy is, what negative ions are, how negative ions work and more. We have also put together some statistics from studies, the most frequently asked questions as well as our best selling magnetic bracelets so you can browse and add to cart if you wish.
November 10, 2023
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