Our finished jewelry sets are ready to offer to your customers for simple upsells. These fashion jewelry favorites come in many fun themes across full sets of earrings, bracelets, necklaces and rings. Choose from sterling silver finished jewelry sets, gold-plated necklaces and earrings and even trendy copper jewelry designs!
Recycle your precious metal scrap and recover your costs through
Rio Grande's scrap refining program. Learn more or get your scrap
kit to send in your silver, gold, gold-filled, palladium,
fired precious metal clay and platinum scrap now!
Find the right tool for any jewelry making project. Rio Grande offers the best
selection of jewelry bench tools and equipment available, backed by our
world-class technical support. Reach for Rio Grande whether you need beading tools,
a new jewelry work bench, or any other jewelry tools and supplies.
We even offer jewelry making equipment for casting and other advanced techniques.
We carry trusted jewelry bench tool brands like Swanstrom,
Beadalon, Foredom Flex Shaft, Bonny Doon, Fretz Hammers and more.
Find the best-quality jewelry making tools and supplies at the best prices.
Bead stringers know: you can never have too many beads! Whether you need colorful
Swarovski beads, briolette beads or glass beads, or your design calls for a classic
pearl or a natural stone bead, Rio Grande is your bead stringing source! Don¹t forget
about gold beads and sterling silver beads and other metal beads; they¹re all here, too.
Bold creations meet bold jewelry displays at Rio Grande, where you¹ll find specialty displays
to complement your designs and help increase sales. Rio Grande offers a variety of jewelry
card displays from revolving to stationary, as well as striking organic fabric displays
including silk, suede, velvet, faux leather and hemp.
Versatile and inspiring silver precious metal clay has been available from Rio Grande
for more than a decade‹and today the passion for metal clay continues to evolve with
colorful BRONZclay and COPPRclay. Make Rio your first source for innovative metal clay tools,
products, and ideas‹such as fire-in-place Embeddables findings‹and any other metal clay supplies
At Rio Grande, you¹ll find the media you need to create unique,
colorful pieces and expand your jewelry-making repertoire. Stock up on
supplies for enameling, the art that welcomes the newcomer, yet challenges
the expert. Add a splash of color with Colores, the fashionable epoxy resin
that brightens up your work.
Casting grain Metal color:
White Liquidus temperature:
1,832°F (1,000°C) Cast temperature:
1,886°F (1,030°C) Density:
12.61 Country of origin:
Please choose your quantity below:
(Measurements above are in inches)
The term "conflict diamonds" refers to the diamond rough used to fund violent criminal insurgencies in several African countries.
The Kimberley Accord is a compact that regulates the sale and transfer of diamond rough to prevent the human destruction that conflict
diamonds cause. Rio Grande has long asked our suppliers to provide documentation proving the safe origin of the diamonds we buy.
You can be assured every diamond you buy from Rio Grande is certified “conflict-free” by both our strict standards and the Kimberley Accord.
Our Rio Certified Gemologists are ready to help you match stones or select a specific quality. Please let them know how they can help you.
Specially formulated to produce excellent casting results, this improved formula has achieved MJSA’s coveted Grade 1 rating. This pre-mixed grain has special additives that prevent firescale and produce a whiteness comparable to rhodium. Enough deoxidant is added so you can mix 50% casting scrap with new grain and still produce good results. Specific gravity is 12.61.
please note: Casting temperatures are approximate; adjust for your particular alloy and application.
How To Determine Metal Weight for Wax Trees
Knowing how to determine the correct metal weight for each wax tree before you cast ensures that you melt the right amount of metal for your cast, making your casting process more cost-effective and more reliable.
First, weigh your wax models along with main and gate sprues. Then add an additional 10% to account for your button.
Multiply that total by the specific gravity of the metal you're casting (see table above for a general guideline).
Example: For a 5-gram wax model, add 0.5 (10% of 5g) to get a total wax weight of 5.5g. For a 14KY gold casting, multiply 5.5g x 13.07 s.g. The amount of 14KY gold needed for this tree is 71.89 grams.
Karating Made Easy
Create the karat value you want using the tables below. For a new alloy, begin with 24-karat (pure gold) and reduce to the karat value you need. If you have a lower-karat alloy already on hand, use the appropriate table to either raise or lower its karat value to meet your needs.
Desired Karat Value
Starting Karat Value
Desired Karat Value
Starting Karat Value
To calculate your karat weights, multiply the pennyweight of the gold you're working with by the factor (from the tables above) for the karat you want to create. See examples below.
To make 14K alloy from 8 dwt. of 24K: 8 × .714 = 5.71 dwt. of alloy.
To make 18K alloy from 15 dwt. of 14K: 15 × .667 = 10 dwt. of 24K.