Tribal Chain Fringe - Vintage Kuchi Chain Fringe for Tribal Fusion Belly Dance - 22.5 Inches

Back to List
Item No: DMH0949
Country of Origin: Pakistan
Materials: Mixed Metals
Condition : Used
Qty in Stock: 1


Kuchi tribal chain fringe for costuming and jewelry making.  22.5 inches long and about 2.25 inches from top chain to bottom of dangles.  There are three types of dangles on this piece - round flat dangles, flower-stamped round dangles that are a bit smaller, and a few leaf-shaped dangles that make a nice jingle.  Slightly brassy.  Tribal chain fringe adds beautiful detailing to tribal and fusion costuming belts, bras and accessories. Vintage chain fringe is taken from old articles of clothing, home decor items or animal trappings.

Length:  22.5 Inches
Width: (Top chain to bottom of dangles): About 2.25 inches
Materials:  Mixed Metals
Metal Finish:  Unpolished
Metal Color:  Slightly Brassy
This piece of chain jingles nicely. 
There are two dangles that are missing the very bottom flat round bit near one end.
There is one dangle that is short near the other end.
Mixed designs - flat round dangles, stamped round and leaf-shaped dangles.

You will receive the exact piece of chain fringe shown in the photos on this page. Please check photos carefully for condition.

This is a USED piece of chain fringe that may have previously adorned tribal clothing, accessories, household goods, animal trappings or other items.  As a previously used tribal item it may have small flaws such as missing or short dangles, misshapen links, missing pieces or other small flaws.

A NOTE ON THE CONDITION OF TRIBAL ITEMS: Our tribal components are used pieces from from faraway lands. As used pieces they may be tarnished or otherwise reflect their prior lives as treasured tribal pieces. Please know that we strive to maintain the tribal allure of our items and therefore we do not clean or repair these pieces in any way. This not only maintains the old, tribal look of each piece that our belly dance customers seek, but also preserves the value of a piece that cleaning, and especially polishing, might destroy.

We do our best to describe any flaws that may be present, and we encourage you to read the full description and look at all photos closely to judge the condition of the item for yourself and know exactly what you are ordering. If you have questions about the condition of any item, please ask!

Tips for using DIY chain fringe: Links are made of wire and can easily be snipped with wire cutters to customize your length. Add chain fringe by sewing through the top chain. Because chain fringe is heavy, there is more stress on the stitches. Take a stitch every two links or so and knot frequently to keep chain secure if the thread breaks.


Shopping Cart

Shopping Cart Empty