Silver and Gold Half Persian Bracelet

3 02 2013
Half Persian 4 in 1 silver and gold bracelet

Half Persian 4 in 1 silver and gold bracelet

I’m very pleased with this bracelet. It’s made from the Half Persian 4 in 1 chainmaille weave. (4 in 1 means each 1 ring goes through 4 others.) Here, the weave makes a nice alternating pattern with rings criss-crossing in two directions. The pattern also gives it a nice depth; it is about 1/8 inch deep.

I thought it would look really nice in silver and gold tones, and I was right. It does look really nice. It has a dressy, classy look and feel.

The brass rings (gold tone) and silver-plated rings catch the light in two directions, so unless you’re looking straight at this bracelet, it will have either a more gold or silver appearance, depending on which way you’re looking at it, where the light is, etc.

One more thing about this bracelet: I doubled the last two sets of rings on both ends. This strengthens it to withstand greater stress caused by opening and closing the toggle clasp. The bracelet will hold up to fairly heavy use.

As always, I filed all the edges of the rings so you won’t get scratched and so the rings won’t catch on your clothes and get pulled open. I took my time and made it right!

(Want to seriously upgrade this bracelet? Order it in sterling silver and 14K gold fill!)

Current length: 7.0 inches (can be shortened or lengthened up to 7.5″ at no extra charge)
Width: 1/4
Clasp: Brass-plated toggle clasp
Basic Weave: Full Persian 4 in 1
Materials: silver plated copper wire (99.9% silver on a copper core), non-tarnish brass
Status: Available on Etsy, $20

Product ID: 130203-A

silver - gold Full Persian 4 in 1, side view

silver – gold Full Persian 4 in 1, side view

Such a pretty Full Persian chainmaille bracelet

Such a pretty Full Persian chainmaille bracelet

Slinky Full Persian bracelet

Slinky Full Persian bracelet

Close up of doubled ends to hold the toggle clasp

Close up of doubled ends to hold the toggle clasp

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