These days, people are wanting to buy one-of-a-kind items that are both fashionable and significant, which has led jewellery designers to explore new avenues of creativity, moving away from quick-fix solutions like disposable jewellery and towards everlasting pieces instead.
Our favourite bracelet trend right now is the “permanent” one. It’s simple, fast, and doesn’t require any fuss. These bracelets are unique in that they do not have a clasp and will be permanently attached via welding. Imagine a grown-up bracelet or a jewellery tattoo with less commitment! Great way to commemorate relationships such as those between siblings and mother-daughter relationships.
It doesn’t take more than 15 minutes for jewellers that specialize in permanent bracelets to weld or solder a band around a customer’s wrist! Welding is a painless process that occurs in a burst of light and is fully noninvasive.
When a bracelet is permanently linked to a wearer’s wrist, there is no need to fear that it will be lost. They are constructed of solid gold, which is incredibly durable and can withstand the wear and tear of a mother’s busy schedule. A pair of scissors is all that is needed to remove the bracelets. For example, getting an MRI would necessitate removing them. However, there should be no issues with airport security.
Why get one?
Permanent bracelets can have a meaningful meaning for many people. Using them is a common way for mothers to convey a message of permanency and simplicity to their children. It’s a wonderful gift for a spouse, daughter, or friend. Bracelets like these can be worn as a symbol of commitment or simply as an attractive fashion statement. To memorialize a special occasion, many clients wear bracelets. These include anniversary celebrations like birthdays, the start or termination of a relationship, or the birth of their child.
The romantic notion of permanence
Permanence also has a romantic connotation attached to it. The traditional symbol of a commitment to the eternal and the pursuit of perfection is jewellery. Symbols of matrimony, like rings and necklaces with two half of a heart, are the most prominent examples. A gold bangle that appears like a very expensive handcuff was released in 1969 by Cartier and connected to the wrist using a special screwdriver. The design is said to have been influenced by medieval chastity belts. Jewellery as a sign of commitment, however, can be taken off with the snip of a pair of scissors, and even permanent bracelets are no exception.
When it comes to permanence, we are often paralyzed by the fear of making a mistake that we will later regret. This is something you can wear and it will stay on until you decide to get rid of it.
They’re not designed to be a shackle, but simply to make one feel just that little bit more ‘done’. They’re a terrific option for those of us who don’t have much spare time to accessorize to look and feel glamorous, special, and well-dressed every day without having to spend time picking out jewellery.