The Byzantine weave (is also referred to as “Idiot’s Delight”, “Fool’s Dilemma” and “Birdcage”. This is one of the most famous chainmaille weaves and belongs to the European family of weaves. There are claims that this weave is more than 2,000 years old. It is very popular for jewelry and is pleasant to look at, as it folds back on itself in a way that plays tricks on your eyes a bit.
This bracelet is created by linking winged Byzantine units. The colors are red, black and grey. The hand-closed rings are made of annodyzed aluminum. The bracelet is 7.5 inches long from clasp end to clasp end and 0.5 inches wide accross the "wings." The bracelet is finished with a black annodyzed aluminum S-clasp.