Chains are a part of jewellery liked and worn by most of women, men and teenagers. A multitude of weaves and patterns often limit our choice of chains.

A short guide
PANCERKA - is characterized by flat links and polished edges (flattened on the sides). Links can be squares or rectangles with an oval inside. It is the most popular one.
SINGAPUR - it is similar to Pancerka but twisted. Spatial weaves makes the construction looks like DNA.
ANKIER - the link situated inside links the other two elements
FIGARO - has the parts of Pancerka, it has most often interlaces of small 2-3 laces, alternately with one enlogated. There are different modifications of this pattern.
KOSTKA - the stripe of this necklace consists of closely connected cubes
LISI OGON - traditionally braided braids are the basis. In general, this type of chain is braided with one or two chains.
KORDEL - this strand resembles a rope. It is characterized by a unique, twisted and rich weave.
LINKA - instead of cells you can talk about modules that are often located side by side. The weave is referred to as a vipe, snake or snake's tail ( it resembles the snake's scales).
BISMARCK - the wave is very interesting, there are thin rows of parallel oval rings which are linked together.
POPCORN - it reminds popcorn, the chain consists of grouped beads.
BIZANTYJSKI OR KRÓLEWSKI - this is the most common weave consisting of joined circles forming an interesting pattern, one element goes through four consecutive.
KULKOWY - the weave consists of balls interconnected by light intervals, can have the shape of rolls, eggs or long rectangles.

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