Chain that charms

February 7, 2011

Guest blogger, Rings & Things’ Nory, suggests:

Make a jingle to your design jangle with our inspiring new
Charm Chain.

This dangle chain is bound to add movement and improvement to any design!

"Bell Flowers" bracelet by Mollie Valente

Within this unique style of chain, choose from several style variations:

"Greek Goddess" earrings by Tiffany White

Each soldered link has two charms attached. This Charm Chain or Fringe Chain, as some folks have started calling it around here, appears in 5 plating styles:

  • antiqued brass
  • antiqued copper
  • antiqued silver
  • matte black
  • matte silver

"Spring Skies" necklace by Cindy Morris

We currently offer Charm Chain in a generous meter portion (3.28 Feet), and a bulk 10-meter spool (32.8 Feet).

A week ago, I challenged some of our in-house designers to come up with a design project using our Charm Chain with whatever else they felt “charmed it together”. I gave each designer half a meter of the 40-092-02-AB, the classy leaf design in antique brass pictured above, and let them loose to creatively construct these wonderful designs seen here.

A meter of this chain makes 9 pairs of 2″ earrings… With more than enough jingle in a meter to get any design dangling off the ground, try it out and tell us how you love it!

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  • Reply maneki February 9, 2011 at 10:20 am

    Very nice chains. A couple of them made it directly to my wishlist. I like how this type of chain if perfect if you want to make something quick: just add a few beads or charms and a clasp (unless you’re making a lariat, then you wouldn’t even need a clasp or other findings).

    I especially like the leaf chains. With either flower beads or round (as berries or buds), you get a lovely, lush blossoming piece of jewellery. Those earrings are a great example — very pretty!

  • Reply Dave Robertson February 9, 2011 at 11:28 am

    Lariat necklaces with the charm chain are a neat idea. I’d like to see something along those lines…

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