This gauge wire comes coiled

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Description

This dead-soft, sterling silver round wire is ideal for creating jump rings, pendant bails, loops and a myriad of components that embellish other findings. Round wire is the bread-&-butter of jewelry making, and is useful for a wide variety of wire-working, -wrapping and -weaving techniques. Dead soft wire is easy to bend, shape and hammer; it is an ideal starting point for forming, shaping and wire-wrapping. Keep in mind that hardness is changeable (by annealing or heat-hardening) and is relative among metal types (each temper will feel and handle differently from one metal to another). When finishing your pieces, also keep in mind that the harder the metal is, the brighter a finish it will take.

The wire is packaged in coils and can be cut to any length that satisfies the system minimum. Orders must weigh at least 0.01 ozt.; if you click 'Add to Cart' for a quantity less than this, the cart will offer a prompt to let you know what the minimum for this item is.


Specifications:
  • Metal type : Sterling silver
  • Karat/purity : 925
  • Hardness : Dead soft
  • Form : Wire
  • Shape : Round
  • Dimensions : .032" (0.80mm)
  • Gauge/thickness : 20 ga.
  • Length per weight : 18.94 ft./ozt.
  • Weight per length : 0.05 ozt./ft.
  • Metal color : White
  • Country of origin : United States

Please Note: • We strive to measure quantities ordered as closely as possible; however, due to manufacturing tolerances at the mill, please allow for a ±10% variance when ordering.
IMPORTANT: Sterling silver is an alloy containing metals that react with chemicals found in air and produce tarnish; high moisture levels, exposure to sunlight and contaminants such as salt water increase this reaction. Take steps to protect your sterling silver by keeping it in airtight packages, use tarnish-resistant products (such as tarnish tabs or strips) that absorb harmful chemicals, and store metals in a cool, dry place. Most tarnish is easily removed by polishing with a mild abrasive or soaking in an anti-tarnish solution.

Catalog page: 2018-2019 Tools and Equipment Catalog p.734