I make belts in a variety of patterns, and in any length that you desire. The standard
steel belt (left) is a 4-in-1 pattern of width 5 that encircles the entire waist (or hips, depending
on how long you want it), with an 18" length of simple double-link chain hanging free off the end.
A slight variation on the standard belt (right) leaves the last row of rings dangling in pairs, for a
slightly different flavor of eye-catching. If I can find somewhere to buy coins or bells that I really like
the sound of, I may make a version of this belt that jingles, ideal for belly-dancing.
Another popular steel belt is a simple rope of King's Chain (Box Chain), at any length you want.
This can be hooked or tied easily. The King's Chain rope belts cost $10/foot.
I make rope belts in all of the patterns you see on these pages--Half-Persian, Birdcage, Spiral and Double-Spiral.
As with all of the steel items I make, there are two general sizes that are available.
Both of these belts are constructed of the larger size: 14-gauge galvanized steel with a 3/8"
inside diameter. The smaller size is made of 17-gauge galvanized steel, and has a 1/4" inside
diameter. Alternate metals such as nickel, brass, and copper are also available at your request, in a
variety of sizes.