Permanent Jewelry

Add a sparkly touch to your everyday style with bracelets, necklaces, and anklets that are there for as long as you want them to be.

Make an appointment to stop by my studio in Ocean Beach, San Diego. The entire process only takes about 15 minutes. 

Or, host a party! Permanent Jewley parties are perfect for bachelorette parties, graduations, Quinceaneras, birthday, sports team banquets, girls nights, book clubs, or just a week-night get together. We can arrange to have the party at my place or yours. Bring your crew to my studio, or I can come to your place and 

Permanent Jewelry FAQ's:

What do you mean, "permanent"?!  The chain is attached around your wrist, neck, or ankle, "permenantly" by using a welder to close the loop. There is no clasp to take the piece on and off. 

How does it work? You will choose which chain you'd like, then we will measure to determine how tight/loose you want the piece. Next, I will use my welder to close a jump ring on the chain, so that the piece remains on your body. 

A Welder? Doesn't that hurt? No, it doesn't hurt. I use a pulse-arc welder to weld the chain in a closed loop. You won't feel anything, but you do need to wear protective eye wear (that I provide), because the spark the welder creates can cause eye damage. The welder never touches your skin, nor does the spark. 

How much does it cost? It depends on what you want. Bracelets made from 14/20 gold fill or sterling silver start at $65. Solid gold options will cost more. Contact me for specifics. 

What the heck is 14/20 gold fill? 
“Gold fill” is similar to gold plated, except the layer of gold is thicker than traditional plating. This makes a higher quality metal. The first number is the karat purity of the gold used; the second number is the amount, by weight, of gold to the substrate material. “14/20” gold-filled material is made with 14-karat gold, and the gold represents 1/20th (or 5%) of the total weight of the material.

What if I need to remove the bracelet/necklace/anklet? If you need to remove the piece, you can simply clip the jump ring with some wire cutters. In an emergency, you could simply yank on the piece with some force and it will likely break off.