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      Size 20 Gauge, 0.8mm
      Material Sterling Silver
      Metal Color Silver
      Shape Round
      Usage Wire
      Package Size 2 m per package

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925 Sterling Silver Wire, Silver

Size: about 0.03 inch(0.8mm) in diameter, about 5.4g/m.

Priced per 2 m

Please Note: Slight deviations in colors is allowed due to different display device.

Wire wrapping is a fascinating and popular way among crafters, which can give you more creativity and enjoyment in jewelry making. To get started, you should know a few basic tips, that can help you make the projects you want with the most suitable materials.

Gauge & Usage

Gauge refers to the thickness of jewelry wire. The measurements are counter-intuitive because the smaller the number, the thicker the wire and vice-versa. The thicker wires are often used to create specific shapes or the bases of jewelry, while the thinner wires are used for wrapping.
In the chart below, the gauge is listed to the left followed by the actual size of diameter in millimeters and inches. You can refer to the following recommended usage and choose according to your own needs.

Gauge MM Inches Usage
30 0.254 0.010 Great for delicate jewelry, they can be used for wire weaving, bead crochet and fine coils. It can even be used like sewing thread.
28 0.320 0.013
26 0.406 0.016 Easy to manipulat, these 2 gauges are great for wire wrapping beads with small to medium sized holes. They are usually used for intricate wirework.
24 0.508 0.020
22 0.635 0.025 Medium-gauge wires, good for making jewelry findings, such as ear wires, eye pins, jump rings, etc. They can also be used for stone settings.
20 0.813 0.032
18 1.02 0.040 Great for sturdy clasps and heavy jump rings. Useful for connecting chunkier beads with simple or wrapped loops.
16 1.30 0.051
14 1.63 0.064 Good choice for rings, bracelets, bangles and cuffs. These thicker wires usually be used to create frames and structures.
12 2.05 0.081

Some Other Materials for Wire Wrapping

Different Wire Working Techniques & Tutorials

1. Wire Wrapping

When we talk about wire wrapping, it usually refers to the techniques that involve wrapping stones and components into part of a design. It is also a technique used to make connections and findings.

2. Wire weaving

Wire weaving is a technique to weave a thinner piece of wire between two or thicker pieces of wire. So as to create more delicate and regular textured effect.

3. Coiling

Coiling means wrapping wire around a wire frame. The frame is usually a thicker wire than the wire being used to coil. This technique often be used in finger ring making.

It is important to clean your sterling silver jewelry regularly to remove tarnish and restore its shine for long-term use.

  • Using Silver Polishing Cloth

    Simply rub the tarnished area with a silver polishing cloth until the black residue is completely removed.

  • Using Silver Polishing Sticks

    Just rub it gently on the tarnished areas of silver jewelry.

  • Sterling Silver

    1.Cover the bowl with aluminum foil and place some baking soda along with your sterling silver jewelry inside the foil-lined bowl.

  • Sterling Silver

    2.Pour the boiling water into the bowl and stir for a few minutes.

  • Sterling Silver

    3.Take the jewelry out of the bowl and rinse off any remaining baking soda. Dry it with a soft cloth.

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    4.Comparative display.

How to Prevent Your Sterling Silver Jewelry from Tarnishing.

Sterling silver jewelry tarnishes easily when it comes into contact with sulfur particles, especially in a humid environment. Therefore, it is important to store it properly.

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● Store in a cool and dry place
Avoid damp areas like your bathroom, pool, wet basement and attic.
● Store individually
Store your jewelry in an anti-tarnish zip lock bag not only to prevent tarnishing but also to protect it from chemical reactions and scratches when in contact with other metal jewelry.
● Keep away from harsh chemicals
Items such as lotion, hair spray, skincare products, swimming pools, self-tanner, perfume, shampoos, conditioners, hot tubs, hand sanitizer, body washes, etc.
● Put on your jewelry at last
This helps avoid potential contact with skincare products, makeup, hairspray, and perfumes, thereby reducing the risk of tarnishing.
● Take it off when doing household chores
Materials with additional sulfur, such as household detergent, chlorinated water, sweat, and rubber, can speed up the tarnishing process.
● Not to wear them in wet place
For example, your bathroom, swimming pool, or hot tub.

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