Chainmaille Jewelry

The art of chainmaille has been in existence since the 4th Century BC when it was used primarily to create armor, discovered in the graves of Celtic warriors.  It evolved into the creation of beautiful jewelry.  There are over 900 known Chainmaille weaves.  Chainmaille starts with creating an open jump ring.  The rings are woven together, often in intricate weaves to create jewelry.  The metals used in chainmaille are below. See the FAQ page for information on some of the metals. 


·         Enameled Copper which has beautiful hues and bright colors

·         Annodized Aluminum also bright and beautiful 

·         Shiny and Antiqued Copper

·         Niobium

·         Sterling

·         14K Gold filled

·         Steel