This term means that multiple layers of solid, 14k gold have been securely pressure-bonded to a core of high quality jeweler’s brass. The US strictly regulates this industry standard, requiring 1/20th or 5% gold by weight in all pieces considered ‘gold fill’ or ‘gold filled”. Gold filled is the industry leader for affordable, high quality, heirloom jewelry.
In our sunny Atlanta studio, our unique designs are conceived and created by hand to make an impact. Our small team of local artists feels more like a family- we inspire one another, laugh often, and work together to make each piece unique. We’re committed to using natural materials to tell stories that are authentic- nature is never perfect, but it’s in this variation and unpredictability that we find our inspiration.
"It is not enough to create. Our process must be guided by intention: every outcome considered, each impact weighed, until the result is both a physical and spiritual representation of what is in our hearts."
We believe in the value of finding and following your passion. In 2006, we took the plunge to form this community of creativity. Mickey Lynn is a place where we can be ourselves, we can create something new every day, and, best of all, we can share our inspiration with the world through original designs and genuine connections.
When you shop small, you support your local economy and create jobs that help us to pay it forward. But your impact extends even further when you support a company that shares your values. At Mickey Lynn, we strive to make every step of our process something we can be proud of. From responsible stone sourcing to supporting fair labor standards, from gold and silver recycling to our partnership for clean oceans with Sea Legacy, we know that living an authentic life isn’t just a singular decision, but hundreds of choices that add up to make a difference.
Mickey Lynn bracelets are crafted for maximum style and comfort for every wrist. If you are on the cusp between two sizes, you may select the smaller size for a tighter fit, or larger size for a looser fit, depending on your preference.
Measuring your wrist
Use a tape measure or find a strip of paper, ribbon, or cord. Wrap it around your wrist where you would normally wear the bracelet. If you are using a strip of paper, ribbon, or cord, mark the end of the strip and then measure the length against a ruler. This is your wrist size.
For additional questions regarding your measurements, please contact us at 404.214.6077.