Henrietta's Weave Bracelet
A weave from the HyperLynks Chainmaille Artisan Collection. A variation of the traditional Byzantine weave with extra additions for effect and intricacy. This weave was named for a delightful woman whose life was unfortunately cut short by cancer. The hope when this weave was created was that it would bring a sense of awe and peace to the wearer and bring them the same warmth and joy that it's namesake had brought into the world. The bronze rings in this bracelet give it a bit more weight and make it a more substantial piece. It will be made as pictured unless otherwise described.
Pictured Item is made from Bright Aluminum and Bronze.
I weave each piece by hand, one ring at a time- individually opening and closing each ring to make every piece one of a kind. This means that anything you order is available in your choice of color(s) and any size. Each piece is not created until I have all available information from you, that way I can customize it to your liking so you get exactly what you are looking for. This is a wearable piece of handmade art, so while there will be potential for minor imperfections, I do my best not to scratch any rings used in your piece and to keep the look as clean as possible. I take great care to make sure every ring’s closure is as neat as possible, this avoids any scratches and clothing snags that might be caused by your jewelry.
Please be as descriptive as possible when ordering: include any preferences for clasp type, earring hook, and chain style. If not provided, I will choose the option that I think works best with your finished piece. Feel free to use the "contact us" page if you need to include more information. If you would like something that is not pictured, please contact me for information on if it can be done for you and pricing to do so.
Please keep in mind that due to differences in display settings, colors may show differently on different screens. Due to these variations, the actual shade may differ slightly from what you see pictured. Due to the anodizing process (the adding of color to the rings) there may also be slight variations in the colors if they come from a different batch or supplier. I order all of my materials from reputable suppliers in the US and Canada, despite variations, know that you will be receiving a quality product.