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What is the meaning of a Nomination bracelet?

What is the meaning of a Nomination bracelet?

“to name
Nomination Bracelet was the first composable bracelet in which you can write your own name by uniting many Links with the letters of the alphabet, in fact the term “Nomination” comes from the latin and means“to name”.

How can you tell if a Nomination bracelet is real?

How can you tell a fake Nomination Bracelet or Charm? All genuine blank Nomination charms will have the word NOMINATION on the front and all charms have ‘STAINLESS STEEL ® NOMINATION’ on the back. Therefore, if your item does not have this, it may be fake.

Are all Nomination bracelets the same?

There are four different Nomination bracelet and link (charm) sizes; Tiny, Smarty, Classic and Big.

Are Nomination bracelets the same size?

Bracelets are available in two different lengths: 26 cm and 60 cm (can be wrapped three times around the wrist).

How much does a nomination bracelet cost?

Nomination Classic Silver Base Bracelet From £14.00.

Can I wear my Nomination bracelets in water?

Q: Can I wear my Nomination Composable bracelet in water? A: We usually advise that you remove your Nomination Composable bracelet before entering the shower, bath or swimming pool. Additionally, we also advise that you try not to get your bracelet wet through activities such as washing up or playing sports.

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What is the standard size nomination bracelet?

Due to this, there is no standard or general size for these bracelets, and they are created according to the size of the individual’s wrist – hence why they are called Composable! Q: How do I know how many links to use to make up my bracelet? A: This is a slightly tricky one to answer.

What is the standard size Nomination bracelet?

Do Nomination bracelets rust?

If your Nomination charm bracelet or charms have become tarnished and dirty, a simple cleaning procedure will help restore their bright shine in no time. Tarnishing occurs when sulphur or oxygen makes contact with the surface of the silver and causes a chemical reaction.