Bracelet dimensions


Select a bracelet that you are comfortable with. Lay it flat. Using a ruler, measure the length from the top of the clasp to the end of the bracelet. Configure your band with the nearest larger size.

To measure your wrist, you can:
  • Use a tape measure. Wrap it around the wrist on which you will wear your bracelet. Write the number indicated at the meeting point between the 0 and the ribbon. Choose a slightly larger variant if you like your bracelet not to fit too tightly.
  • Download and print the wrist measurer. Check first that "Scale to paper" is set to "no" in your print settings dialog. The wrist sizer should be printed on a full A4 sheet. Follow the prompts, then select your wrist size.
  • Print and cut out the paper wrist sizer and follow the instructions below.
  • Make sure the numbers are on the outside of the meter. Once you have folded and cut out the scaler, insert the pointed end into the opening you cut on the line at the other end following the directions [Fold & Cut Here]. Insert your wrist and pull the pointed end until it fits comfortably on your wrist. Take care not to leave space between the measurer and your wrist without tearing the measurer so as not to have to repeat the procedure.

  • The number that is on the alignment of the edges of the opening indicates the size of your wrist. Select the nearest larger size to order your strap.
  • You can also use a tailor's meter or, failing that, a cord. Wrap it around your wrist and measure the length with a ruler.

Corentin Von Kaenel has always loved geometry, precision, and the notion of proportion. He started humbly in a small workshop in Sainte-Croix, investing in conventional machines to develop his business and his know-how. In 2022, he proudly opened his own business, dedicated to creating jewelry and luxury products. A journey marked by passion and determination, which has shaped his destiny in the world of creation and precision.

When craftsmanship meets excellence, luxury becomes a work of art.


Respect for traditions, innovation, and know-how guide the way in which its creations are designed and manufactured. These values ​​combine to create products of excellence, where aesthetics, creativity and craftsmanship are at the heart of its approach.

The workshops are located in Sainte-Croix, a Swiss commune located on the balcony of the Jura.

Considered the cradle of excellence in artistic mechanics, music boxes and watchmaking, this town offers limitless creative openness.

CVK places a high priority on ethics.

The traceability of materials, whether metals or precious stones, is essential. Partner companies that work with precious materials are certified by the RJC.

Swiss Made

Swiss goldsmiths and jewelers proudly displaying the “Ecological Gold” label are committed to creating exceptional jewelry without using precious metals extracted from mines. Their semi-finished materials come from a source certified by the Responsible Jewelery Council (RJC) of London, ensuring the exclusive use of recycled precious metal. This approach respects both our commitment to geographical standards protected by Swiss and international laws and treaties, while maintaining quality and authenticity in our creations, in accordance with Swiss Made requirements.