Fine Celtic Scroll Chain By The Foot FCC61, Solid Copper Unfinished Bulk Chain For Anklets, Bracelets, Necklaces And Pure Copper Jewelry

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$8.95
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$8.95
+ $6.95 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from the United States
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Item details

Buy unfinished fine scroll chain by the foot in any length and make solid copper bracelets, anklets, necklaces and one-of-a-kind creations with this decorative fine weight chain. Buying jewelry supplies in bulk saves money and places the potential for creativity in your hands. Celtic Copper’s fine scroll chain is perfect for men and women’s copper jewelry and upscale craft projects. Celtic Copper's solid copper bulk chain is sold by the twelve-inch foot and comes in one continuous piece when ordered by multiple lengths.

This intricate copper scroll chain has an interlocking “S” pattern that measures just over one sixteen of an inch (4mm) wide and lies flat when worn. Our exclusive chain designs are made in America using precision old world chain-making machinery.

The tiny unsoldered interlocking links of the fine scroll chain have a delicate decorative distinction from others chains. This is the smallest of solid copper scroll chains offered by Celtic Copper.
Chain width: 4mm
Link size: 4 x 10mm

Choose the length of your chain in multiples of 1-foot sections. Chain will be measured and cut in one continuous piece on most all orders. The quantity you order is the number of feet you will receive. We have more chain in stock than is listed here. Contact us for details about larger orders and discounts.

Check the dimensions of the chain with the measurement details of your specific jewelry arts project when ordering bulk chain and findings. We use a one-cent coin as a standard visual size reference in our product images. US pennies are exactly 0.75 inches (19.05 mm) tall. No returns or exchanges are accepted for unfinished chains bought by the foot. All bulk chain sales are final.

Celtic Copper will go to any length for quality fashion. Our high-quality designer jewelry chains can be ordered in lengths suitable for bracelets, anklets, necklace chains, waistcoats and decorative belly chains. We cut it to your specification for a perfect fit and finish it smoothly with your choice of quality copper fasteners. Order a matching jewelry accessory in the same style of chain for a perfect set.

PLEASE NOTE: CHAIN-BY-THE-FOOT IS NON-RETURNABLE/NON-REFUNDABLE.


FAQs

Our copper jewelry, findings, and chains are made from pure solid, 99.9% pure copper* like the metal used in electrical wire. (*Unless otherwise noted, as with our hypoallergenic steel earring findings.)

We use a regular polishing cloth to buff up our jewelry and add luster to our finished work. Products designed for cleaning and polishing Sterling Silver are appropriate for copper jewelry. A rouge cloth works very nicely. Copper Cleaning Tips from the Kitchen: The fine abrasive properties of Baking Soda and Baking Powder are effective at exfoliating dirt and tarnish from copper jewelry. How to clean copper with baking soda: Pour a tablespoon of baking soda into the palm of one hand and rub the jewelry piece into the powder with the other hand using circular downward motions. Draw chains and bead strands through your gently closed hand. Rinse, then dry your piece. As the power turns grey you copper turns bright!

Some of our copper chains and copper jewelry are finished with a light, lacquer coating to protect the piece from tarnish before it reaches the customer. Once worn against the skin the lacquer wears away and the pure, uncoated metal is exposed and comes in direct contact with the skin. Customers who wear copper for the relief of pain and arthritis prefer to buy uncoated copper jewelry. Most of our findings, fasteners, and rings are raw, uncoated metal. The difference between the tarnish-resistant coating and uncoated metal can make a jewelry piece begin to patina unevenly. The remedy for the uneven color is to polish the tarnished ends with a jewelry cloth until the whole piece shines again.

The short answer is maybe. The longer answer is that the degree to which copper oxidizes and turns green is dependent moisture and temperature. It happens to some people more often than others. Copper can create a greenish blue patina of copper sulfate fairly quickly with exposure to sweat and the warmth of the body. The color is non-toxic and washes off with soap and water.

Nickel is often the culprit with metal sensitivity, not copper. Many of our customers who previously could only wear gold and fine silver without allergic reaction, now routinely wear our jewelry and copper earrings in comfort. Sterling Silver is an alloy of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metal. Copper is unalloyed metal and virtually 100% pure. Changes in health and allergy resistance can occur over the course of a lifetime. We have spoken with customers who report they could previously wear brass and copper and now experience irritation when wearing copper, particularly when wearing heavy copper jewelry. Copper sensitivity is rare, although it does occur.

Copper is an energetically conductive metal with a reputation as a reliable remedy for arthritis, inflammation and stiff joints. We are uncertain how to explain the health benefits of wearing copper jewelry. Think of wearing copper as increasing your conductivity of positive energy.

Simply wearing your jewelry can help it stay clean. Sitting in a jewelry box can oxidize jewelry but soap and water helps remove dirt and oil. Wear it in the shower; soap up your bracelet chain when washing your hands. Be aware that chlorine, cleaners and chemicals used in pools and hot tubs can discolor metal and delicate gemstones.

The utilitarian and ornamental use of copper was known to some of the oldest civilizations on record. Copper is named for the Isle of Cypress in the Mediterranean and t he healing attributes of copper were renowned as the sacred gift the Goddess Venus. Those who wear copper jewelry often describe the experience as having a subtle, energizing effect that is grounding, harmonizing and uplifting.

Yes, pure Copper does oxidize and tarnish unless it is covered in epoxy or plastic. Only noble metals such as pure gold and platinum do not oxidize. In fact, it is only the non-oxidizing metals on the periodic chart of elements that are referred to as noble metals. All other metals, including Sterling Silver, either tarnish or rust as they oxidize. The patina of copper can be easily cleaned with a polishing cloth.

Our copper jewelry, findings, and chains are made from pure solid, 99.9% pure copper* like the metal used in electrical wire. (*Unless otherwise noted, as with our hypoallergenic steel earring findings.)

We use a regular polishing cloth to buff up our jewelry and add luster to our finished work. Products designed for cleaning and polishing Sterling Silver are appropriate for copper jewelry. A rouge cloth works very nicely. Copper Cleaning Tips from the Kitchen: The fine abrasive properties of Baking Soda and Baking Powder are effective at exfoliating dirt and tarnish from copper jewelry. How to clean copper with baking soda: Pour a tablespoon of baking soda into the palm of one hand and rub the jewelry piece into the powder with the other hand using circular downward motions. Draw chains and bead strands through your gently closed hand. Rinse, then dry your piece. As the power turns grey you copper turns bright!

Some of our copper chains and copper jewelry are finished with a light, lacquer coating to protect the piece from tarnish before it reaches the customer. Once worn against the skin the lacquer wears away and the pure, uncoated metal is exposed and comes in direct contact with the skin. Customers who wear copper for the relief of pain and arthritis prefer to buy uncoated copper jewelry. Most of our findings, fasteners, and rings are raw, uncoated metal. The difference between the tarnish-resistant coating and uncoated metal can make a jewelry piece begin to patina unevenly. The remedy for the uneven color is to polish the tarnished ends with a jewelry cloth until the whole piece shines again.

The short answer is maybe. The longer answer is that the degree to which copper oxidizes and turns green is dependent moisture and temperature. It happens to some people more often than others. Copper can create a greenish blue patina of copper sulfate fairly quickly with exposure to sweat and the warmth of the body. The color is non-toxic and washes off with soap and water.

Nickel is often the culprit with metal sensitivity, not copper. Many of our customers who previously could only wear gold and fine silver without allergic reaction, now routinely wear our jewelry and copper earrings in comfort. Sterling Silver is an alloy of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metal. Copper is unalloyed metal and virtually 100% pure. Changes in health and allergy resistance can occur over the course of a lifetime. We have spoken with customers who report they could previously wear brass and copper and now experience irritation when wearing copper, particularly when wearing heavy copper jewelry. Copper sensitivity is rare, although it does occur.

Copper is an energetically conductive metal with a reputation as a reliable remedy for arthritis, inflammation and stiff joints. We are uncertain how to explain the health benefits of wearing copper jewelry. Think of wearing copper as increasing your conductivity of positive energy.

Simply wearing your jewelry can help it stay clean. Sitting in a jewelry box can oxidize jewelry but soap and water helps remove dirt and oil. Wear it in the shower; soap up your bracelet chain when washing your hands. Be aware that chlorine, cleaners and chemicals used in pools and hot tubs can discolor metal and delicate gemstones.

The utilitarian and ornamental use of copper was known to some of the oldest civilizations on record. Copper is named for the Isle of Cypress in the Mediterranean and t he healing attributes of copper were renowned as the sacred gift the Goddess Venus. Those who wear copper jewelry often describe the experience as having a subtle, energizing effect that is grounding, harmonizing and uplifting.

Yes, pure Copper does oxidize and tarnish unless it is covered in epoxy or plastic. Only noble metals such as pure gold and platinum do not oxidize. In fact, it is only the non-oxidizing metals on the periodic chart of elements that are referred to as noble metals. All other metals, including Sterling Silver, either tarnish or rust as they oxidize. The patina of copper can be easily cleaned with a polishing cloth.


    Reviews
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    (5)
    Beautiful little copper chain! I can't wait to use it in my designs. Thank you!
    May 18, 2018 by Murleen Ray
    This is a beautiful heavy copper chain. Fast shipping, friendly shop owner. Thank you!
    Feb 8, 2018 by Debra Carey
    Jan 13, 2018 by Cathy
    Beautiful. Thank you very much.
    Nov 21, 2017 by M S COLLAMATI
    Absolutely gorgeous. Love this shop
    Apr 1, 2015 by Sheena Ingram

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