Craziest Hip-Hop Jewellery Chains in 2019
Posted on December 26 2019
2019 has been a pretty epic year in the chain game when it comes to all the bling and iced-out jewellery pieces we’ve seen rappers sporting. From oversized chains with crazy pendants to spinning globe pieces, this year is by far one of the best we’ve seen on the bling forefront. With the ton of pieces artists have bought, commissioned, flossed and flaunted, we’re bringing you a closeup of 4 of the best ones we’ve seen to date:
Tyga’s Archangel Michael Chain & Pendant
Photo from: Hypebeast.com
Taking over 3 months to make is Ben Baller’s pendant and chain diamond masterpiece of Archangel Michael crushing Satan, which is estimated at around $400K USD. The piece features large baguette-cut diamonds at the bail, sword and angel wings, pear-shaped VVS clarity diamonds at the halo, and set into 18k gold flooded Cuban chain. This masterpiece also comes with 10 matching chains for Tyga's crew.
Blueface’s Kryptonite Bandana Choker
Definitely one of the year’s exceptional pieces is the Kryptonite Bandana Choker Chain of California rapper, Blueface. Designed by Alex Moss and his team at Avianne & Co., the encrusted bandana piece boasts of 12,300 handset stones in a 14K gold clasp and features 130 carats of blue hand-picked diamonds in round and pear/paisley shapes across the choker.
French Montana’s Insane Zipper Chain
One of this year’s most innovative and insane pieces is Moroccan-born French Montana’s iced-out zipper chain, a full-working custom-made zipper chain from NYC-based jeweler, Eric The Jeweler. The zipper chain is made with VS diamonds set into 18k white gold. Not much is said about the piece or it’s estimated worth.
Post Malone’s Dallas Cowboys Diamond Chain
Made by Angel City Jewelers is one of Post Malone’s latest bling, the Dallas Cowboys Diamond Chain, which obviously signifies the rapper’s loyalty and admiration for his favorite NFL team. Estimated at around $250k USD, the chain consists of 3,000 stones including 9.7 carats of baguettes, 8.7 carats of diamonds and 13.5 carats of sapphires. The pendant also features the number 77 inscribed at the back, which is said to be Post Malone’s favorite number.