Multi-Strand Bracelet with Antiqued Gold-Finished "Pewter" Beads and Links, Antiqued Sterling Silver Drop and Swarovski Crystal

STEP 1
Using a pair of chain-nose pliers and flat-nose pliers open 115 silver-plated 4mm jumprings and 210 silver-plated 6x4mm jumprings.
STEP 2
Pass one 6x4mm jumpring through one loop on one antiqued gold-finished 8x8mm 4-loop flower link and one loop on a second 4-loop flower link. Close the jumpring. Repeat to connect the second set of loops on the same side.

Continue to connect a total of four flower links together, end to end, to make a chain.
STEP 3
Pass one 6x4mm jumpring through one loop on one antiqued gold-finished 9x4mm 3-loop flower rondelle and the last loop on one end of the last 4-loop flower link on the chain and close. Repeat to connect the second set of loops on the same side.

Repeat to connect one 3-loop flower rondelle to the opposite end of the flower chain segment.

Repeat to create a total of 21 flower link chain segments.
STEP 4
Thread a 1-1/2 inch eyepin through one hole on a sterling silver 7-strand spacer bar. Using a pair of chain-nose pliers, round-nose pliers and flush-cutters form a simple loop on the straight end of the wire.

Repeat to attach an eyepin to each hole on both 7-strand spacer bars.
STEP 5
Pass one 4mm jumpring through an end loop of one flower chain segment and a loop on one portion of one sterling silver 7-strand clasp and close. Repeat to attach a second jumpring creating double jumprings.
STEP 6
Repeat to attach the loop on the opposite end of each flower chain segment to a loop on one side of one 7-strand spacer bar.
STEP 7
Pass one 4mm jumpring through the inside loop on the first 4-loop flower link from one end of the clasp and the loop on the adjacent 4-loop flower link and close. Repeat to connect the entire first row of all the chain segments together on the same side. Repeat to connect the last row of flower links on the opposite end of the flower chain segments.
STEP 8
Repeat Steps 5 - 7 to connect seven flower chain segments to the loops on the opposite side of the spacer bar and one side of the second spacer bar.

Repeat Steps 5 - 7 to connect seven more flower chain segments to the loops on the opposite side of the previous spacer bar and the second portion of the clasp
STEP 9
Using flush-cutters cut one 3-1/2 inch length of sterling silver wire.

Using the length of wire, create a briolette wrapped loop with a double loop on one Swarovski aquamarine 11x10mm flat briolette.
STEP 10
Pass one 4mm jumpring through the briolette double loop and the loop of one 3-loop flower rondelle attached near one spacer bar on one side of the bracelet.

Using double 6x4mm jumprings, connect one antiqued sterling silver coin drop to the next loop on the 3-loop flower rondelle.

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