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For wire wrapping, glass soldering, hot glass and metal clay jewelry projects
14 ga thickness, sold by the foot
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This item: 14 Gauge Round Fine Silver Wire - 1 ft
Design Your Own Wire Art Jewelry!
Versatile fine silver can be used for wire wrapping, soldered with stained glass, fused with glass and fired with Silver Jewelry Clay.
Hand-made jewelry deserves quality wire. Delphi offers professional, jeweler's quality wire to create gorgeous jewelry that you will love to wear, give away, or even sell. When you use the right materials, you will see the quality in your finished pieces.
14 gauge fine silver wire. The lower the gauge number the thicker the wire. Sold 1 foot lengths to keep your wire tidy and straight.
Fine silver wire can also be combined with flameworking for incredible glass beads. Project below by Lisa St. Marin from "Beads of Glass: The Art and the Artists" book #6530.
Please use a larger diameter to coil when sending
Pros : As ordered
Cons : I had forgotten that I stopped ordering wire from Delphi because it is wrapped so tightly. At least this is soft wire - I have had to send square wire back because it was wrapped around 2 fingers (and thus twisted, kinked & misshapen).
Pros : Fine silver does not require the use of flux and has the added benefit of not producing firescale! I love this to make earrings and chains. I coil around a dowel, use a jewelers saw to get a clean cut on one side, then hit each coil with a torch and presto...perfect rings!
Love that when I order 25 ft it comes as one piece.
Cons : Although it comes as one piece, it comes rolled on a small spool. Good thing fine silver is soft and easy to straighten.(Just adds and extra step in the process.)
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