This tiny handmade chain punches above its weight class. This is one of those studies in doing what you want instead of what's fiscally clever. This is a small link to cast and make by hand, I knew it was going to be a laborious chain to make. The vast majority of small chains are made by machines with high tolerances and low cost... pushing sterile links of pseudo-aesthetics from their bottom holes. That's just not what I was after with this piece. Or ever.
Pequeño a Mano means small by hand. Our ethos with regard to technology is that we employ it first where the benefit is in quality. Quality of the product as well as quality of life for everyone at the company. Oftentimes the best result calls for the lo-tech laborious nature of hand work. Well this is a decidedly lo-tech piece by design. I wanted to make it by hand, I was looking for the slightest hand-hewed feel to the finished chain. A slight grit that comes from the hand that made it. And as often is with pieces like this, its got so many links it's actually meditative building one.
Sterling silver. Made by hand in our foundry in Los Angeles.
Bracelet Size Guide
When measuring for a bracelet, use a soft tape measure, snug and low on your wrist, to get an exact measurement. You can figure out from there what size to order. The rule of thumb for the our bracelets has always been ‘if you can’t slip it over your hand the size is good’.
Rubber Biscuit bands come in two sizes, S/M and L/XL.
Ring Size Guide
Ring sizing is easy, especially if you go to a pro. If you can’t come see us in person, use the True Size chart below or go to your local jewelry store and tell them your friend in Los Angeles is making you a ring and needs to know your size. Most jewelers are more than happy to oblige. We’re happy to make 1/4 sizes if you need. A good rule of thumb is to measure your finger AND your knuckle to make sure you can slide your ring on & off easily.
We know you're excited, so are we! Most everything here is made to order and that takes a bit longer. Good news is that we actually do the making. Most orders ship within 3-5 weeks unless the description reads differently.
We offer USPS Priority Mail Shipping. For Shipping Rates please refer to the list below:
US $15 Canada $30 Europe $45 Australia & New Zealand $50 Any US & Canada Orders over $500 will receive Complimentary Shipping. Any Europe Orders over $1,200 will receive Complimentary Shipping. We do not offer Complimentary Shipping to Australia or New Zealand.
Please note that all International orders placed are responsible to pay duties and import taxes.
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