These rubber rings were developed and tested by Blue Buddha Boutique. When B3 closed their doors in 2016, Spiderchain adopted their line of rubber rings.
These closed, non-latex rubber rings help you finish many traditional chainmaille weaves faster, resulting in flexible and stretchy pieces. You can also fold and manipulate the rubber O-rings to create spectacular patterns that you can’t achieve with metal alone. Make your jewelry stand out by using Spiderchain’s exclusive rubber rings!
Spiderchain rubber jump rings are silicon-based, making them shiny, soft and flexible. The color of these rings stays vibrant over time; jewelry created with these rings can be cleaned and tumbled just like metal pieces.
January 22, 2018: All colors are available in all sizes, but C19 in black and purple are dangerously low. The overview chart has been updated, and I’ll keep it current as inventory changes.
C19 Rubber Rings$1.25–$5.00
D14 Rubber Rings$1.50–$6.25
H18 Rubber Rings$1.50–$6.25
L16 Rubber Rings$2.00–$6.50
P16 Rubber Rings$2.50–$7.00
Rubber rings let you “bend” (haha!) the rules of chainmail a bit. They can reach around and through weaves in ways that rigid metal can’t. Your weaving sequence will be a bit different with these rubber rings, as they’re all “pre-closed.” Some weaves are especially well suited to working with pre-closed rings (Half Persian!) but others? (Dragonscale) Not so much… And remember – one huge advantage of rubber rings is close-fitting jewelry that can be stretched on – no clasp required!