This design in stone beads is what actually started it all - everyone seems to love the little dangles! This ankle bracelet is in natural garnet, which is a very deep red - it could read as black in low light it is very deep. The dangles are suspended from sterling flat cable chain, and there are some beads in between the dangles.
These anklets make fantastic accessories all year round. I know lots of customers who wear them with skirts to the office after getting them as wedding accessories.
Anklets are typically about 10" long (standard length), the one in the photo is a little roomy at 10.5" (26.67 centimeters). There is a spring ring style clasp for safety. Please specify length at ordering. There is helpful information about measuring below.
If you need another size, I can easily make one up in any size for no additional fee, send me a convo and I will gladly help!
What size should you get?
If you don't know your anklet size, try using a tape measure to get the actual size of your ankle, then add a bit of length to see where you would want the anklet to sit when you wear it. Another good method - use a chain necklace and hook the clasp to the chain (instead of the other end of the clasp) until you get the right dangle effect - then measure the length you used between the clasp and the link you hooked to. The main thing is you don't want the anklet dripping into your shoes, and you do want it roomy enough to drape nicely and be comfortable. If it's for a special occasion - measure and check with the shoes on you plan to wear.
Inches to centimeters equivalents:
9" = 22.86 centimeters
10" = 25.4 centimeters
11" = 27.94 centimeters
12" = 30.48 centimeters