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Celtic Chainmail Cross

by LeeMorrison

Chainmail cross, called celtic since the central weave is called a "Celtic Knot or Cross". Usually that is not a very stable unit, but by using very small rings (3.5mm ID) the cross is very stable and the "arms" do not droop even when the cross is worn. I think that 3mm ID might be as small as you could go with this thickness of wire (20Ga Gold toned Silver Plated wire).

Listing ID: #33096
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