Chain Weaver jewellery is made from a variety of metals - aluminium, silver, titanium, niobium, 14 ct Gold-filled, brass and copper. 

The Silver used is Sterling Silver, it is hallmarked according to UK rules by the London Assay Office and shows my personal hallmark.

Niobium is a rare and relatively valuable metal that is extremely hypoallergenic.  It is normally light grey, but can be anodised to produce lovely iridescent shades of blue, green, pink and purple.

Gold-filled wire is a tube of solid gold filled with jeweller's brass.  Legally, the metal must be at least 5% gold, whereas gold-plated metal usually has no more than 0.05% gold content.  Gold-filled wire looks like gold, and in everyday wear can last 10 to 30 years.  

Titanium is strong yet lightweight lustrous grey metal, that is hypoallergenic and not prone to tarnish.  This can be anodised to produce soft moody colours

Aluminium can be anodised to produce both bright sparkling colours and softer muted colours for lighter weight items (see colour chart on Earrings tab)

Copper A beautiful warm coloured metal that can also be enamelled to produce bright vibrant colours