Sam Kaffine, Artist
20G European 4in1 Bracelet
The most popular pattern used by Europeans for chainmaille during the Middle Ages, each ring goes through 4 others, resulting in a strong yet flexible mesh or fabric-like weave.
Available in 3/8" width (3 rings) or 9/16" (5 rings - pictured), and woven to any length you'd like, this pattern is sure to elicit admiring comments. Especially striking with the matching necklace and earrings. Available in Argentium Sterling Silver, 14/20 goldfill, 14/20 rose goldfill, copper, or in any combination.
The silver clasp used is extremely secure - a stylized "I" which is pulled apart by the tips to create two "T" shapes, one sliding into the other. Copper, goldfill and rose goldfill bracelets are finished with matching lobster claw clasps.
Argentium sterling silver is a modern tarnish-resistant sterling silver alloy which modifies the traditional alloy (92.5% silver + 7.5% copper) by replacing some of the copper with the metalloid germanium. As it retains the 92.5% silver content of the traditional alloy, it is still referred to as sterling silver. (Wikipedia)
Price will vary according to volatility of precious metals market; current price based on $36/oz. silver spot price.