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Great tutorial on how to make your own jump ring jig so you can quit buing manufatured jump rings! Pinned from Instructables. Picture of Scroll saw jig for cutting jump rings Metal Jewelry, Beaded Jewelry, Handmade Jewelry, Silver Jewelry, Diy Schmuck, Schmuck Design, Ideas Joyería, Wire Tutorials, Jewelry Making Tutorials

Scroll Saw Jig for Cutting Jump Rings

Scroll Saw Jig for Cutting Jump Rings: My son volunteered to teach a basic chainmail workshop at a family camp. He had two hours and wanted to give the students ready made rings - but it's no fun to cut so many rings by hand. A search online showed many variations on cutting …

European riveted mail collar / standard, late century, iron or steel and… Viking Armor, Arm Armor, Medieval Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Armadura Medieval, Chainmaille, Landsknecht, Medieval World, Knight Armor

European riveted mail collar / standard, late 15th century, iron or steel and copper alloy, length: 73.7 cm, weight: 0.85 kg, The Wallace Collection (A9). The gaps between the links are also so narrow that the links themselves cannot rotate, but are held fast by their neighbours.

Making mail, maybe a bishop's mantle (? from a compilation of rhymed proverbs C pen and ink drawing on vellum. The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore MS. Medieval Market, Medieval World, Medieval Armor, Renaissance, Medieval Crafts, Old Tools, Maker, Chain Mail, Historical Pictures

Salbürett (sarwürker, salwirt, salwürker, kettenhemdmacher, panzerhemdenmacher (mail armor maker).

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Research on a fine medieval German mail shirt. Medieval Life, Medieval Armor, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Gothic Text, Renaissance, Medieval Crafts, Late Middle Ages, Historical Art

Research on a fine medieval German mail shirt. - Ethnographic Arms & Armour

Research on a fine medieval German mail shirt. European Armoury

European (German) riveted mail hauberk, with makers mark, century, steel… Medieval Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Larp, Armadura Medieval, Late Middle Ages, Knight Armor, Arm Armor, Anglo Saxon, Chain Mail

European (German) riveted mail hauberk, with makers mark, 15th century, steel, latten Dimensions: H. (as mounted) 36 in. (91.5 cm); Wt. 20 lb. (9071.9 g), Met Museum.

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European riveted mail hauberk, 15th century, KHM Hofjagd-und Rustkammer - Armeria / Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna). A75

c long mail shirt Middle Ages History, Late Middle Ages, Medieval Weapons, Medieval Knight, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Knight Armor, Historical Artifacts

European riveted mail hauberk, 15th to 16th century, heavy long shirt with long sleeves, high collar with open neck, iron hook closures, heavy links on the chest, back and shoulders, sleeves and leg apron on lighter links. Alternating riveted and closed links with oval cross section, about 125 cm. Early, over knee-length mail was worn in the Crusades to protect the entire body. A very similar dated copy in the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Inv. CMA 1916.1817.

Lienhard, a ring maker. There is no evidence that to suggest any connection with mail making, but hope springs eternal. Medieval Market, Medieval Life, Medieval Archer, Medieval Crafts, Early Modern Period, Late Middle Ages, Panzer, 15th Century, Roman Empire

Grinding punched links. Hausbuch der Mendelschen Zölfbrüderstiftung, early 15th century.

European (German)  riveted mail hauberk, 1351-1400, National museum, Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany. Battle Dress, Armadura Medieval, Military Camouflage, Old Images, Arm Armor, Medieval Armor, Fantasy Armor, Chain Mail, Men Street

European (German) riveted mail hauberk, 1351-1400, National museum, Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany.