What is Dragonscale (also known as scale mail) and Chainmaille?
Dragonscale is the process of linking metal scale together with small rings. It is based on old Scale Armor. Chainmaille (also know as chainmail, or simply maille) is typically armor or jewelry made by connecting metal rings to one another.
What do your colors look like?
What material is your armor made from? It appears to be metal, so will it rust?
Aluminum is our primary material for the scales and rings. We also use rubber rings for straps on certain pieces to allow for a better fit. Aluminum is not known to rust easily, however, it can degrade if exposed to intense environments or left wet for too long.
How do I clean my armor?
Please be careful when subjecting your items to intense temperatures or liquids. Dragonscale and chainmaille items could rust if they become wet and are not properly dried. In addition, extreme heat or cold could cause discomfort.
To properly clean your dragonscale/chainmaile, use a damp (not wet) microfiber towel or washcloth and clean in steady and firm wipes. Then allow to air dry in a warm environment to reduce the time it is wet. If you have questions, please Send us a Message and we can help you out.
How long does it take to receive my [insert product name]?
Currently we are booked 6 months out. Items can take anywhere from a few weeks to 6 months to make, depending on the complexity of the design and the size of the piece. Please note that timelines are estimated around a full queue; that means if we have less orders, your item will be made faster! Here is a general idea on our items:
Wristlet set: 2-3 weeks
Gauntlet set: 3-4 weeks
Leg Armor set: 4-5 weeks
Sleeves set: 5-6 weeks
Tail: 8-10 weeks
People's Champion set: 10-12 weeks
What if I need my stuff faster than the times listed above?
Rush orders receive a markup based on how fast you need it completed. Please Send us a Message with your deadline date, and we will let you know how much more it will cost.
Do you ship to [insert locations]?
Where do you get your materials, and will you teach me?
Please visit TheRingLord.com for more information on our materials. You can get instructions on how to begin crafting from their site. If you would like me to mentor you, please send me an email and we can discuss.