Rainbow Pride Jewelry ChainMaille Bracelet
This is a Handmade Rainbow Pride Jewelry ChainMaille Bracelet “Byzantine Weave”. Weaving ChainMaille Jewelry has been a passion for me for several years. There is always a new design that I want to do. It just amazes me all the different designs you can do with just round wire. Adding color to this Bracelet opens a new door of unlimited possibilities. You can add one, two or more colors in one piece. Aluminum is an affordable way to spice up your wardrobe.
This rainbow pride jewelry ChainMaille Bracelet is formed from 6 different Anodized Aluminum colors – red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple aluminum wire. Each ring is open and then weaved into its own unique design. You must be precise for the pattern to hold its beauty and shape. If the jump rings are slightly too big the pattern is sloppy and not professional looking. If the rings are just slightly small you can not weave it.
Made from aluminum means it is very light.
Cleaning is simple. Dust with a cloth. Use soap,water and a soft brush is needed.
Will not tarnish like silver.
ChainMaille is extremely time-consuming. This is one of the reason that very few artist devote their time to this art. They may offer a few items. I am very proud to be able to offer one of most extensive collections of ChainMaille you will find including Necklaces, Bracelets, Pendants and Earrings.
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Rainbow Pride Jewelry Why Rainbow?
More than one explanation-
Pop culture also gave the rainbow resonance with gay activists, perhaps because of Judy Garland and her signature song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” Garland was a major star to the gay community throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Gay men came out in droves for her performances, and, from World War II forward, many in the LGBT community referred to themselves as “friends of Dorothy,” a phrase that seems to have derived from Garland’s performance in The Wizard of Oz Read Slate Article