A classic style, curb chain was originally made for the bit of armored horses. It has German etymological origins in medieval words for armor, and the chain's flattened, interlocking links call to mind the woven patterns of chainmail. Petite, fluid elements comprising a fortified whole.
This style is available in sterling silver, gold vermeil or 14k gold.
18mm long of 6mm wide chain; sold as a pair.
Gauntlets of Mail, 17th Century, The Metropolitan Museum Collection