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  1. Sneath

    Stainless Steel - Black and Plain

    ETA for DSS1201?
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    16ga 1/4" Bright Silver and Bronze.
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    Horde Banner (Tattered)

    8,882 18swg 3/16" rings. All matte AA (all saw cut except bronze) except the black is half shiny/matte so it looks more like paint on cloth.
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    Fenrir - Lawful Good Boy

    All 16ga 1/4" AA. I have no idea how many rings.
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    My Little Pony - Mane 6 Cutie Marks

    380 rings each. All TRL colors except the teal on the butterflies from Metal Designz.
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    373rd Misawa, Japan

    A commission for a client. 13,872 rings. We ended up going with the black & white version because the Pale Yellow rings were too hard to source.
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    Air Force Ribbon Rack

    Designed by me. Woven by a client.
  8. Hello! I stocked out TRL and I have a big show coming up next week. Ideally I need 20oz worth but any amount would help.
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    Punched & Solid Rings

    Is there an ETA for DSS16716? I bought the last of your stock but I need more.
  10. Do you know when/if CH-Snake-SS will come back in stock?
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    Anodized Aluminum

    Checking in on SXAA Yellow ETA again. I have an order that's otherwise ready to go. Should I wait or go ahead with it?
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    Anodized Aluminum

    Is the ETA for SXAA YELLOW still a week or two out? 1614, 18316 and 18532 specifically. Also, would the next batch happen to include any 16732? I have a conspicuous gap in that size...
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    Stainless Steel - Black and Plain

    Is there an ETA on SS16316?
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    Rollable Chainmaille d12

    Twelve dice, twenty small marbles, and one large shooter marble. The dice are very secure and are even facing in the correct directions! The rings are bright aluminum 16ga 3/8" and 18ga 7/32".

    © Sneath's Chainmaille 2015

  15. Not exactly a "cab" but close enough. The rings and marble size are very picky. It can easily become too tight, but the slightest looseness that lets any ring change position will cause the marble to fall out. Rings used: 18ga 3/16", 18ga 1/4", & 16ga 5/16".

    © Sneath's Chainmaille 2015

  16. Not exactly a "cab" but close enough. The rings and marble size are very picky. It can easily become too tight, but the slightest looseness that lets any ring change position will cause the marble to fall out. Rings used: 18ga 3/16", 18ga 1/4", & 16ga 5/16". The four 16ga 5/16" rings around toward the back, holding everything together. They can be seen in the side-view picture.

    © Sneath's Chainmaille 2015

  17. An inside view of the large shooter marble supporting the dice so they don't fall in. I couldn't have asked for a more perfect fit!

    © Sneath's Chainmaille 2015

  18. The inside without the marble for support. Preeeetty.

    © Sneath's Chainmaille 2015

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    Sumada Dei, The Raccoon

    All anodized aluminum (Bright Silver and Bronze). Mostly 18ga 3/16" with some 18ga 5/32" to tighten some contours and 16ga 1/4" on the front.

    © Sneath's Chainmaille 2015

  20. Good day, everyone! I'm trying to down-size my stock of rings, scales, and beads that I bought but either never used, or don't use anymore. I'm pricing everything at the 15% TRL discount price, with further discounts available for >$100 orders. It's quite possible to make me go below cost, but I'm fine with it as long as I can clean house. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sTC3ghcs8VqMfwl9dVHChNbChXD9BvoYXh2xIF9B6MQ/edit?usp=sharing This Google Doc has most everything I'm trying to sell off. But, it's constantly being added to as I count my stock. If there's something on the list without quantites/prices, it's because I haven't counted it yet. If you're interested in something specific that's incomplete, I can make it a priority. Noteable missing items from the doc are my small and large scales, tags (sm, me, lg, x-lg, & square) and packs of JBSTONE, and JBSW color. I also have a figurative ton of marbles that I've caged in chainmaille for years. I have 9/16" (14mm), 5/8" (16mm) player, and 1" (25mm) shooters. They were super popular on my Etsy, back in the day: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Sneath/sold?page=43 Or for sculpture: http://www.theringlord.org/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/3940-marble-dodecahedron/ http://sneaths-maille.tumblr.com/post/116599342966/as-promised-i-found-pictures-of-the-larger-one-i If the Google Doc doesn't work, let me know. I'm located in Spokane, Washington in the USA.
  21. I have a popular piece that uses the discontinued mint color, and I'm running uncomfortably low. Specifically 16ga 1/4", but more 18ga 3/16" and 18ga 5/32" wouldn't hurt.
  22. Hmmm. I'll keep that in mind. I'm still good for 18ga at the moment so that's fine, but if their green doesn't closely match the 18ga I have, I'd have some useless rings. There's also B3's lime color. Expensive, but at least the sizes are available.
  23. Sorry, I have plenty of 5/16" (that I don't really need for anything). Thanks for responding, though.
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    Mint or Seafoam

    I'm torn! I really do love seafoam, but the difference of mint/green is a nice part of the palette. I also feel that since there are already 2 blue colors, sky/royal, that adding a third shade of "blue" is unnecessary (if cool), especially if it costs green HALF of its shade variations. But, mint and green are still a little too close in color, and seafoam IS its sort in its own category (almost silver), so I voted for seafoam. This will keep me up at night. One question though. Is there a more "teal" shade possible by the new 'saw-cut' method of anodizing? Like, between mint and seafoam (or a darker seafoam)? I don't remember it being possible before with the old anodizing style.
  25. Who owns an aquarium and understands the adverse effects of metals on fish? A while back I tried making floating chainmaille mines for fish tanks (tethered to the bottom of the tank). I loved the look of Tetra Orb but the biggest problem was that they were usually way too heavy. So, I tried using rubber rings, which was definitely light enough. (not too fond of the look though) But, I was looking online at metals that can be in aquariums without poisoning the fish (fresh & salt) and it was a little hard to find the answers I wanted. I'm assuming bare aluminum, the copper-based metals, and galvy are out, but would TRL anodized aluminum or stainless be safe for fish? In fresh or salt water? I'm down with getting some titanium in my next order if you guys think that would be better.