Did you know that chains come is so many different varieties? Find out your favorite below!
Bead: metal balls are connected by metal links to create bead chains.
Box: square shaped links that resemble a box connected together
Byzantine: A unique flexible woven or rope like designed texture created by oval links united together.
Cable: oval rings linked together with complete symmetry and uniform in width and thickness
Criss-cross: Flat link cross over to form a twist that shimmers with each movement
Curb & Cuban: a variation of a cable chain but with a twisted oval link that lies flat against a surface. A popular style for men.
Figaro: A patterned link with typically one elongated oval link trailed by two or three smaller round links.
Herringbone: a flat lying necklace made up of metal segments. The segments have a bent or weaved look in the center to form a herringbone pattern.
Mariner: Features oval links with a bar in the middle of each link to divide it.
Rolo: a similar style to the cable chain. Rolo chains are made with symmetrical round links.
Rope: comprised of two thick strands woven together to have a twisted rope like appearance.
Singapore: flexible twisted style chain with flat interwoven links.
Snake: flexible chain with wavy flat metal plate looking links tightly joined together to resemble a zig-zag or snake skin pattern.
Wheat: twisted teardrop shaped oval links are connected and intertwined together; all pointing in the same direction to form the resemblance of the top of wheat stalks.