Size Guide

The Tat2 Goddess Collection is inspired by a woman who understands that she is the decider of her own fate and can make her life anything she wants it to be. This collection was brought to life when designer Briana Erin's father hand-sculpted the unique flowers, wish bones and chains, that symbolized growth, hope, strength and connection, respectively.

With a vintage yet modern feel, pieces in the Goddess Collection are great for layering and pair nicely with our Classic & Coin Collections.       

  • 8” length
  • Toggle closure
  • Designed to layer

Material: Tat2's Signature Satin Gold and Vintage Sterling Silver finishes are over white metal alloy or brass. Learn more.

                          • Each piece is packaged in a custom Tat2 Designs velour pouch and jewelry box.

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                          Customer Reviews

                          Based on 3 reviews
                          kelly vesey
                          50th birthday gift

                          Gave the bracelet and a pair of earrings to my sister in law for her 50th and she loved it!

                          Great Bracelet!

                          I ordered this bracelet and the matching necklace. I love that you can customize the length. I have a small wrist. Beautiful bracelet!

                          Twisted and easy

                          I love how this bracelet feels and fits. The toggle detail is one of my favorites. I can wear it alone for a clean look or with others bracelets for a more intricate feel. It۪s definitely a go-to piece.

                          Size Guide
                          Use the charts below when referencing different lengths & sizes.
                          Don't hesitate to reach out regarding the length of a necklace or bracelet you may be interested in purchasing. 
                          We are always happy to accommodate special requests.
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                          NECKLACE LENGTH CHART

                          (Measurements are shown in inches)


                          RING SIZE

                           (Measuring your finger)
                           ITEMS YOU'LL NEED:
                          A marker
                          Cut an even strip of paper.
                          On the finger you wish to measure, wrap the slice of paper around the base of the finger, just below the knuckle. 
                          Ensure that the paper is wrapped tightly around your finger for a secure fit.
                          Mark the spot where it meets.
                          Measure the distance with a ruler (in mm); that’s your fingers circumference.


                          PRO TIPS FOR MEASURING:
                          Double check your knuckle measurement as some people need to size up to fit rings over knuckles.
                          Throughout the day, our fingers tend to swell. Your best bet is to measure your fingers at the end of the day for the most accurate fit.
                          Be sure that your hands aren’t too cold. When we’re cold, our fingers shrink in size. Measure when the temperature is just right. 

                          WRIST SIZE

                          To measure your wrist size, you can use a flexible measuring tape or a piece of string.
                          Tape measure
                          This is the most accurate method. With your palm facing up and fingers spread, place the end of the tape measure in the middle of your wrist and wrap it around snugly. Measure in inches or centimeters. For bracelets, you can add half an inch to your measurement to determine the right size.
                          String and ruler
                          Wrap a piece of string around your wrist where you'd normally wear a watch, not too tightly. Mark or hold the string where it meets the starting point, then lay it flat on a ruler and measure the length. You can also use other materials like yarn, dental floss, ribbon, or shoelace.