Flattened canvas is one of the easiest options for making chain mail.
The inner diameter of the ring is 10 mm, the wire thickness is 2 mm.
4 in 1 weave.
The final price depends on the total number of rings.
Coif (English coif) – chain mail or linen hood.
A chain-shaped coif is part of a hauberk. Originally it was a single whole with chain mail, in the second half of the 13th century. (and according to other sources, back in the middle of the XII century) it began to be carried out separately. Could include a flap mail valve to protect the mouth. A conical “Norman” helmet was usually worn over the coif, which was replaced by the topfhelm (bucket-shaped helmet) by the end of the 12th century. In the XIV century. Coif was replaced by a bascinet with an aventail.