Persian weave

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Persian weave is a method of weave used in jewelry and other art forms. When used for making chains, the Persian weave makes a dense chain with a ring pattern. Persian weaves works best with relatively large rings.

The Persian family of weaves is a "rope" type weave based on a stacked ring orientation. In the construction of Persian weaves the rings become stacked and form pairs, resulting in a different grain and a thicker, tighter weave. Most Persian weaves have both left and right-handed versions.


  • Half Persian 3 in 1
  • Half Persian 4 in 1
  • Full Persian 6 in 1
  • Double Persian 10 in 1

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