—Making Things With Rings—
DragonClaw ChainMaille is a collection of handcrafted jewelry with an inspiration drawn from pop culture. This is a one stop shop for D&D accessories, customized jewelry, stylish bracelets, artwork in chainmaille, armor, and custom projects.
DragonClaw ChainMaille is based in Kansas City, Kansas. David's work can be found at many locally owned stores. Custom orders are always welcome, where you can turn your idea into a reality with chainmaille.
I have been making chainmaille for six years now. Ever since I picked up the craft, I knew it was the perfect fit for me. Over time, the hobby became a regular gift for birthdays and Christmas. Soon after that, many people asked how much were some of my creations. Right then, it became more than just a hobby.
I have been consistently expanding my inventory of items and I tend to gravitate towards pop culture themed products. My favorite items to create are the personalized custom orders that perfectly fit a customer's vision.
I currently work out of my home in Kansas City and I have a goal of owning a store front in the metro as well. You can see me in person at several events in the area or schedule an appointment.
I want to thank everyone for the support and encouragement to continue to expand and grow the business. This website marks one of those milestones met and I hope to continue to surpass many more goals.
So please look around and thanks for visiting!
I would like to thank all of those people that have supported me on my small business adventure. I would not be able to do it without the support of my wife and kids.
I always appreciate the kind words of my craftsmanship from my friends and other con attendees. I also love the feedback that you give me. I assure you all of those ideas do not fall upon deaf ears, as I have many pages filled within notebooks.
All of my professional photos are by Krys Foglio of KB Focused Imagery She went above and beyond my expectations. Her work consists of natural light photoshoots, professional fashion shows, products, and her own digital art. Go check out her work at KB Focused Imagery