Beautiful, Intricately Woven Wire Jewelry By Sarah

My friend Sarah Link creates some wonderful pieces of hand-woven, metal jewelry

Arts / ,

28 October 2011

 

My coworker at Mad Genius, Sarah Link, was recently granted membership into the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi. As you’ll note from the examples below, she does wonderful work. All of her pieces are available for purchase via her online store. (www.linksjewelry.etsy.com)


Tri-color European Chainmaille Bracelet
There are over 1200 individual tiny rings woven together one by one to create the weave for this pattern.

Tri-color European Chainmaille Weave Bracelett


Copper Chainmaille Bracelet
A simple yet pretty pattern based on Persian chainmaille designs

Copper Chainmaille Bracelet


Sterling Silver Viking Knit
An ancient metal knitting technique based on Nordic history.

Sterling Silver Viking Knit


Crocheted Silver with Malachite, Garnet and Turquoise.
The wire was crocheted and the resulting fabric sewed to the wire bracelet frame

Crocheted Silver with Malachite, Garnet and Turquoise


German Silver Helm weave necklace with a trapped pendant

German Silver Helm weave necklace with a trapped pendant


Lavender and Copper earrings with a Jasper bead

Lavender and Copper earrings with a Jasper bead


Sterling-Silver Fill earrings using a full Persian rope chainmaille weave

Sterling-Silver Fill earrings using a full Persian rope chainmaille weave

So if you’re in the shopping mood and are looking for a special, hand-crafted gift from a true artist, then head on over to Sarah’s online store and view her whole catalog.

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