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"Hi Everyone, we are in the process of buying a new home and reason I have not posted anything new and not renewing postings. Hopefully once we have moved and settled, I will be back up and full stock of my works. Hope you keep following my works and that I will be back up and running soon!" Thanks
Hello Everyone!
Thought I would tell you a little about myself and how I got into chainmailling. About four years ago my girlfriend (now fiancĂ©!) bought one of those little chainmaille kits from a local craft store. She started in on it and just mangled the poor thing! So being the nice guy I am, I had her give it me to work on and fix for her. And thats what sparked an interest in me to learn more about chainmaille. Well after considerable research and practice of the craft, I have come to be a chainmailling fool! Ive come to the point of having a small investment in the craft. I now wind my own coils and…

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  • Born on January 28
  • Joined September 6, 2010

Favorite materials

Nickel silver or German silver, Bronze, Stainless steel, Rubber rings, Anodized Aluminum, Anodized niobium, Copper, Fine silver 999, Sterling silver, and 14k Gold filled

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"Hi Everyone, we are in the process of buying a new home and reason I have not posted anything new and not renewing postings. Hopefully once we have moved and settled, I will be back up and full stock of my works. Hope you keep following my works and that I will be back up and running soon!" Thanks
Hello Everyone!
Thought I would tell you a little about myself and how I got into chainmailling. About four years ago my girlfriend (now fiancé!) bought one of those little chainmaille kits from a local craft store. She started in on it and just mangled the poor thing! So being the nice guy I am, I had her give it me to work on and fix for her. And thats what sparked an interest in me to learn more about chainmaille. Well after considerable research and practice of the craft, I have come to be a chainmailling fool! Ive come to the point of having a small investment in the craft. I now wind my own coils and saw cut into rings. Anodizing is the next thing I'm going to try and conquer but for now I buy those from reputable dealers. I also have two tumblers running 24/7 to bring out the beauty and brilliance the rings i make and the final end pieces.

Well folks thats how got into this cool art of chainmaille and I hope the pictures of my works tell how much care and love I put into my craft.
Hope you enjoy and take care!
Ring Weaver Brian

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