Permanent Jewelry

-Northern Michigan Pop-Up Events 2024-

no appointment needed

 Wednesday July 10th 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    *Booth 103*
Nub's Nob, 500 Nub's Nob Road, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
Northern Michigan Women's Club/Harbor Springs Chamber of Commerce Art Show


  Saturday August 3rd 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM 
Polished on Main, 345 E Main St, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
Permanent jewelry is clasp-less jewelry that is custom fit and welded on. Recommended for bracelets, it can also be worn as anklets, necklaces, and rings. A modern take on friendship bracelets, it also makes a great gift to mom, daughter, lover, or yourself.
Want to book me privately? Please contact me to set up your very own private permanent jewelry party in your home or desired place of gathering. Popular events include bachelorette parties, birthday celebrations, bridal showers, girls' night, etc. Click on the "Book an Appointment" link below. 



Q & A

How long does it take?

5-10 minutes 

How much does it cost?

Prices start at $70 and go up depending on the material, thickness, and length. Prices and availability are subject to change. 

Is there an age limit?

13 years and older, anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

How does it work?

Your chain style and length is selected, measured, and secured to your wrist (or elsewhere) with a jump ring or chain link that is welded shut. No clasp is present, the bracelet must be cut-off. 

What if I need to remove it for an X-ray, medical procedure or emergency?

Permanent jewelry can be removed with wire cutters, available at most craft stores or nail clippers. Just make sure to hang on to your chain to have it welded back on again. There is no fee to have your jewelry re-welded for medical reasons. 

Will my permanent jewelry go off in a metal detector?

No, detectors in airports are looking for magnetic metals, so unless you are wearing bulky costume jewelry (commonly made with magnetic metals) you should be fine.

Will it last forever?

Permanent jewelry is designed for everyday wear; however, it is still fragile jewelry. Some clients that have been wearing their bracelets for over a year, although it isn’t indestructible, so you want to still treat it with care. Silver chains are expected to tarnish overtime. Chlorine and other chemicals may damage metal, and are advised against using while wearing jewelry.

Sarah Andrie is not responsible for lost chains.