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Made for your everyday wear, this chain comes in a beaded style to offer a simple yet sophisticated look. At a delicate 2mm width, it is completed with a lobster style clasp that brings the entire piece together. It comes in a choice of two lengths, 45cm and 50cm.
The Ball Chain, also called the bead chain is made from spherical shaped beads with pin holes, which are threaded through a single silver wire using a connector. Each ball is spaced at regular intervals across the whole length to form a complete chain. In jewellery fashion, ball chains are very popular and now made in many different shapes, sizes and finishes which makes this particular style alluring.
We believe this style of chain compliments our ocean inspired jewellery extremely well.
5 in stock (can be made to order)
We are an Australian jewellery designer that sells a range of handcrafted sterling silver jewellery chains that are made on the Sunshine Coast in our workshop. We sell jewellery pieces that are available in different shapes and sizes with designs that are ocean inspired using ideas from things like coral, driftwood, the waves, sea shells or other items you can find under the water or at the beach.
Each sterling silver chain can be purchased with one of our pendants to create a perfect combination to be worn for any occasion. You can purchase one of our earring and have it delivered to your home to wear, it arrives in a lovely gift box.
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At Kaikoa Designs we design and manufacture sterling silver jewellery, including pendants, that have shapes and textures that ocean themed. We are always dreaming up new jewellery design ideas with shapes we can hand craft our pieces with so that you can wear them on your ears, neck or fingers.
We take inspiration from the soft sandy beaches and the open ocean to create our Australian made earrings, pendants, rings and stacker rings from 100% sterling silver. Everything is handmade in our jewellery workshop on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.