Crocheted Chain Bracelet.

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Price includes UK p&p.
International shipping is available. See Delivery below.

These simple, stylishly intricate bracelets have been inspired by the handicraft textile technique of crocheting.

Instead of the traditional yarn, I have turned sterling silver belcher chain into a patterned fabric bracelet by looping with a hooked needle. Also available in oxidised silver.

This would make a beautiful bridesmaid bracelet or a gift for a special birthday.

The chain diameter is approx. 5 mm.

Available with an adjustable chain extension from 16.5 - 21cm. The silver disc at the end has also been imprinted with French knitted wire. 

Also available in a variety of different set lengths. Please select your preferred length above.

Silver / 17 cm 
            Silver / 17.5 cm 
            Silver / 18 cm 
            Silver / 18.5 cm 
            Silver / 19 cm 
            Silver / 19.5 cm 
            Silver / 20 cm
Oxidised silver / 17 cm 
            Oxidised silver / 17.5 cm 
            Oxidised silver / 18 cm 
            Oxidised silver / 18.5 cm 
            Oxidised silver / 19 cm 
            Oxidised silver / 19.5 cm 
            Oxidised silver / 20 cm
Silver / Adjustable chain extension from 16.5 - 21cm 
            Oxidised silver / Adjustable chain extension from 16.5 - 21cm


  • UK p&p is included, no additional charges at checkout.
  • Estimated UK delivery 3-5 working days
  • International shipping is available for this item.
  • A shipping charge of £10 will be added at checkout.
  • Estimated international delivery 10 working days.

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