Thursday, November 12, 2009

Chain, Chain, Chain

Isn't this a great chain? In the Rings & Things catalog it is described as antiqued copper plated oval curb, 10.5mm.

However, in real life, and hopefully in the picture you can see there is more than one tone of copper here. There is a light copper, dark copper and black.

Wow! What a great feature. As a result, any pieces made with this chain are going to coordinate beautifully with copper and black.

I would like to use this in a bracelet or as pieces in a necklace rather than as a complete necklace all alone. Maybe a few links at a time mixed in with some large, brightly colored glass beads.

Why can't there be more hours in the day? We're almost to the weekend, yay!! Have a good one! :)

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Cathryn said...

Actually I was thinking this chain would be great incorporated with the Ebony wood circles you showed us earlier. I love copper! It's one of my favorites to work with!

Kokopelli said...

Copper is the new star in jewelry, I think! So many people ask me for copper designs. So copper wire isn't only a cheap practice wire anymore. :-) And chains are always so versatile to use.

Azure Islands Designs said...

Love it...I'm a fan of copper but haven't had any requests or a great deal of interest in the few copper pieces I've made??


Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

I agree Lisa... Why can't there be more hours in a day! Love the chain. So rich in color and style. Would look fantastic with polymer clay beads as well!

Mila said...


Vintage jewelry said...

I agree very nice chain. This kind of chain looks quite cool and trendy. You can pair it with different outfits and in different styles. Some suggestions for using this chain in variety of styles are given here. You can try anyone of them or your own idea. Do share your idea with us.