Dragonscale Chain Maille Bracelet in Argentium® Silver &  Anodized Niobium

Dragonscale Chain Maille Bracelet in Argentium® Silver &  Anodized Niobium

$348.00

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Description

Dragonscale Chain Maille Bracelet in Argentium® Silver &  Anodized Niobium

This Dragonscale chain maille bracelet, sometimes called Mermaid Tail, measures 7.5″ in length, 1″ in wide and is finished off with a sterling silver peacock toggle clasp. This bracelet is very flexible and so comfy to wear.  Don’t be fooled by the flexibility, this is a big bold statement piece, weighing in at just over 78 grams.  A fabulous bracelet that will turn that will turn heads every time you wear it.

Need this bracelet in a different length?  Just contact me … it’s that easy!

The jewelry creation featured here is made from my hand coiled and cut Argentium® silver and Niobium.

Argentium® Silver is a modern silver, which modifies the traditional sterling silver (92.5% silver + 7.5% copper) by replacing most of the copper with the germanium. The addition of germanium makes Argentium® silver highly tarnish resistant.  It is a whiter, brighter silver, that is my opinion looks more like white gold than silver.  Argentium® silver is more expensive than traditional sterling silver … but in my opinion, well worth it!  An occasional rinse with a Dawn dish soap and water is all that is needed to keep this bracelet looking new for years to come!

Niobium is often used in jewelry making because of its hypoallergenic properties, this metal is a safe choice for anyone with metal allergies.  Niobium is highly malleable, lightweight, highly resistant to corrosion, and features many of the characteristics of precious metals. … You might call it a “semiprecious” metal.  When electricity is used to create colors on niobium and titanium, the process is called anodizing. During anodizing, the metal is immersed into an electrolytic bath through which an electric current is passed, causing an oxide layer to form on the surface of the metal.

PLEASE MAKE SURE TO view the additional picture, show with this listing, that will clearly show you the difference between Argentium® silver and traditional sterling silver.  In the picture, the Argentium® sterling silver side is still bright and shiny while the traditional sterling side is tarnishing.  Argentium® 930 sterling silver is highly tarnish-resistant. Jewelry-makers and customers alike appreciate the value and convenience of beautifully sparkling jewelry that requires no polishing. An occasional rinse with a Dawn dish soap and water is all that is needed.

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