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  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345

    1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in?Round Ring Dome Riveted Code 8.? We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2363 riveting tool, will facilitate customization of any of our Code?8 mail garments.Made by GDFB. Key Features:* Blackened/Natural* Mild Steel*?Round Ring / Dome Head Riveted* 1000 Rings

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    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • Round Ring Butted Chainmail Coif

    This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the cost of labor-intensive riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a requirement. It is not recommended for weapons-contact re-enactment. Butted maille is available in mild steel, high-tensile steel and aluminum. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to opening of the rings, while mild steel butted rings may be

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  • Classic Chain Mail Jewelry

    Chain mail is a very hot topic, and those who enjoy the process are looking for new patterns and ideas to explore. "Classic Chain Mail" covers the basic weaves for beginners, but also adds unusual jump rings (twisted, oval), some crystals and beads, and unique patterns for intermediate beaders. These 35 projects create a classic, elegant look by using mostly silver, gold, and argentium jump rings. This book offers many different, unique patterns for jewelry makers who are interested in chain mail.<br>

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  • Chain Mail Rings GH0027

    2 pounds of (Hand Cut) loose mild steel Chain Mail Rings. Great for making your own hauberks and mail coifs, can also be used for repairs. These rings will rust if not oiled. MEASUREMENTS: 10mm Inside diameter" Shipping time is between 4 to 12 weeks.

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    Steel, Repair
  • Chain Mail Rings GH0027

    → Chain Mail Rings GH0027 Chain Mail Rings GH0027 GH0027 Product Description 2 pounds of (Hand Cut) loose mild steel Chain Mail Rings. Great for making your own hauberks and mail coifs, can also be used for repairs. These rings will rust if not oiled. 10mm Inside diameter" Shipping time is between 4 to 12 weeks. Customer Reviews

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    Steel, Custom, Repair
  • Round Ring Chainmail Coif

    This style of chainmail is reasonably authentic to the early medieval period, particularly in the European flat ring (EFR) version. In steel this construction style has the advantage of strength, allowing it to be used for supervised weapons-contact re-enactment. More economical than wedge-riveted maille, the domed-head riveted style is available in steel, in round wire and flat ring versions, and in round wire aluminum. Riveted aluminum rings will maintain their integrity well but aluminum maille is not

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  • 200 Tips for Jewelry Making: Tips, Techniques & Trade Secrets

    "An indispensable compendium of essential knowledge and troubleshooting tips. " This book packs in the combined wisdom of two successful jewelry-makers who are consummate problem solvers. Together they show the reader how to fix common mistakes, improvise tools and discover ways to save money, such as recycling gold and other precious metal scraps. From beading to setting a stone, understanding annealing to soldering silver chain, "200 Tips, Techniques and Trade Secrets for Jewelry Making" shows how to

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  • Round Ring Butted Chainmail Coif With Ventail

    This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the cost of labor-intensive riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a requirement. It is not recommended for weapons-contact re-enactment. Butted maille is available in mild steel, high-tensile steel and aluminum. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to opening of the rings, while mild steel butted rings may be

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  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Dome Riveted - Code 4 29-OB2341

    → Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Dome Riveted - Code 4 29-OB2341 Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Dome Riveted - Code 4 29 -OB2341 29 -OB2341 Product Description 1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in Flat Ring Dome Riveted Code 4. We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2361 riveting tool,

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    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • Chain Mail Rings GH0027

    → Chain Mail Rings GH0027 Chain Mail Rings GH0027 GH0027 Product Description 2 pounds of (Hand Cut) loose mild steel Chain Mail Rings. Great for making your own hauberks and mail coifs, can also be used for repairs. These rings will rust if not oiled. 10mm Inside diameter" Shipping time is between 4 to 12 weeks. Customer Reviews

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    Steel, Custom, Repair
  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Dome Riveted - Code 4 29-OB2341

    1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in Flat Ring Dome Riveted Code 4.? We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2361 riveting tool, will facilitate customization of any of our Code?4 mail garments.Made by GDFB.Key Features:* Blackened/Natural* Mild Steel* Flat Ring / Dome Head Riveted * 1000 Rings

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    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • Chain Mail Rings, Aluminum, 1lb, 14g, 3/8, 1,500 Rings

    1LB. CHAINMAIL RINGS BRIGHT ALUMINUM 14G, 3/8" ID APPROX. 1,500 LINKS SAW CUT One pound of 14g (.080") 3/8" Inner Diameter, SAW CUT, Bright Aluminum rings. There are approximately 1,500 rings in a pound. We are part of a reenactment group and these are the rings that we typically use in the making of our chainmaille (chainmail), and can be used in some jewelry and most armor projects. The bright aluminum is the most commonly used alloy, mainly because it's the cleanest, and tends to be the lightest without

    $15.95

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    Aluminum, Bright
  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Dome Riveted - Code 4 29-OB2341

    → Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Dome Riveted - Code 4 29-OB2341 Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Dome Riveted - Code 4 29 -OB2341 29 -OB2341 Product Description 1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in Flat Ring Dome Riveted Code 4. We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2361 riveting tool,

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    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • The Pocket Wire Gauge

    Always be prepared with this pocket wire gauge. This helpful tool comes in a lovely leather pouch, so you can carry it with you wherever you go. The tool will tell you what gauge of wire you are working with, a helpful piece of information when creating wire wrapped designs or chain mail pieces. Slide your jump ring or wire into the notches to figure out what gauge you are working with. With this tool on your side, you'll always be ready to work with wire of any gauge!

    $13.95
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  • European Flat Ring Chainmail Coif

    This style of chainmail is reasonably authentic to the early medieval period, particularly in the European flat ring (EFR) version. In steel this construction style has the advantage of strength, allowing it to be used for supervised weapons-contact re-enactment. More economical than wedge-riveted maille, the domed-head riveted style is available in steel, in round wire and flat ring versions, and in round wire aluminum. Riveted aluminum rings will maintain their integrity well but aluminum maille is not

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  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345

    → Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345 Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29 -OB2345 29 -OB2345 Product Description 1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in Round Ring Dome Riveted Code 8. We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2363 riveting tool,

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    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Alternating - Code 2 29-OB2339

    Loose Chainmail Rings in Flat Ring Wedge Riveted, Alternating Solid, Ring Code 2. We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2360 riveting tool, will facilitate customization of any of our Code 2 mail garments.Made by GDFB.Key Features:* Natural* Mild Steel* Flat Ring / Wedge Riveted / Solid

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    Key, Black Finish, Cover, Steel, Custom
  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345

    → Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345 Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29 -OB2345 29 -OB2345 Product Description 1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in Round Ring Dome Riveted Code 8. We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2363 riveting tool,

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    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • Chain Mail Rings, Aluminum, 1lb, 16g, 5/16, 3,000 Rings

    1LB. CHAINMAIL RINGS BRIGHT ALUMINUM 16G, 5/16" ID APPROX. 3,000 LINKS SAW CUT One pound of 16g (.063") 5/16" Inner Diameter, SAW CUT, Bright Aluminum rings. There are approximately 3,000 rings in a pound. We are part of a reenactment group and these are the rings that we typically use in the making of our chainmaille (chainmail), and can be used in some jewelry and most armor projects. The bright aluminum is the most commonly used alloy, mainly because it's the cleanest, and tends to be the lightest

    $16.95

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    Square, Armor, Cutting, Aluminum, Bright, Multiple
  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345

    → Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345 Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29 -OB2345 29 -OB2345 Product Description 1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in Round Ring Dome Riveted Code 8. We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2363 riveting tool,

    Highlights:

    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • Chain Mail Rings GH0027

    2 pounds of (Hand Cut) loose mild steel Chain Mail Rings. Great for making your own hauberks and mail coifs, can also be used for repairs. These rings will rust if not oiled. MEASUREMENTS: 10mm Inside diameter" Shipping time is between 4 to 12 weeks.

    Highlights:

    Steel, Repair
  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Round Ring Dome Riveted - Code 8 29-OB2345

    1000 Loose Chainmail Rings in?Round Ring Dome Riveted Code 8.? We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2363 riveting tool, will facilitate customization of any of our Code?8 mail garments.Made by GDFB. Key Features:* Blackened/Natural* Mild Steel*?Round Ring / Dome Head Riveted* 1000 Rings

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    Key, Aluminum, Round, Cover, Steel, Dome, Custom, Economical
  • 975 Round Mild Steel Chainmail Rings with Dome Rivets and Rivet Tool

    Exactly 975 8mm, 16 ga rings to make your own chainmail accessories. The rings are round with partially-flattened edges and pre-punched rivet holes. The rivets are domed. Because the rings are steel, they are lightly coated in oil to prevent rust.

    $45.00

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    Round, Coated, Accessory, Steel, Dome, Preventer
  • Round Ring Butted Chainmail Coif With Ventail

    This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the cost of labor-intensive riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a requirement. It is not recommended for weapons-contact re-enactment. Butted maille is available in mild steel, high-tensile steel and aluminum. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to opening of the rings, while mild steel butted rings may be

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  • Chainmail Coif Butted Mild Steel Rings Code 10 29-AB2562

    Chainmail Coif with full mantle and square face. This Code 10 (butted, mild steel) Coif is a great buy for the costumer on a budget .Construction : ButtedRing Type: Round WireMaterial: 16ga. mild steelFinish: Zinc PlatedRing Internal Diameter: 8mmSpecs will vary slightly from piece to piece.

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    Square, Round, Steel
  • Round Ring Butted Chainmail Coif

    This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the cost of labor-intensive riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a requirement. It is not recommended for weapons-contact re-enactment. Butted maille is available in mild steel, high-tensile steel and aluminum. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to opening of the rings, while mild steel butted rings may be

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  • Chain Mail Rings, Aluminum, 1lb, 12g, 7/16, 750 Rings

    1LB. CHAINMAIL RINGS BRIGHT ALUMINUM 12G, 7/16" ID APPROX. 750 LINKS SAW CUT One pound of 12g (.094") 7/16" Inner Diameter, SAW CUT, Bright Aluminum rings. There are approximately 750 rings in a pound. We are part of a reenactment group and these are the rings that we typically use in the making of our chainmaille (chainmail), and can be used in some jewelry and most armor projects. The bright aluminum is the most commonly used alloy, mainly because it's the cleanest, and tends to be the lightest without

    $15.95

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    Aluminum, Bright
  • Loose Chainmail Rings - Flat Ring Alternating - Code 2 29-OB2339

    Loose Chainmail Rings in Flat Ring Wedge Riveted, Alternating Solid, Ring Code 2. We provide loose rings (and rivets, where applicable) to cover each style of mail, enabling the re-enactor or costumer to both construct mail garments from scratch and to customize pre-made pieces. These rings and rivets, when used in conjunction with the 29-OB2360 riveting tool, will facilitate customization of any of our Code 2 mail garments.Made by GDFB.Key Features:* Natural* Mild Steel* Flat Ring / Wedge Riveted / Solid

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    Key, Black Finish, Cover, Steel, Custom
  • Half Sleeve Round Ring Chainmail Hauberk

    This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the cost of labor-intensive riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a requirement. It is not recommended for weapons-contact re-enactment. Butted maille is available in mild steel, high-tensile steel and aluminum. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to opening of the rings, while mild steel butted rings may be

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  • Full Sleeve Round Ring Chainmail Hauberk

    This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the cost of labor-intensive riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a requirement. It is not recommended for weapons-contact re-enactment. Butted maille is available in mild steel, high-tensile steel and aluminum. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to opening of the rings, while mild steel butted rings may be

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