Fusible High Temp Jump Rings - 50 Pack

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  • High temp nichrome wire jump rings remain strong after high heat
  • Allows you to hang fused jewelry easy without gluing bails
  • Add rings easily to fused sun catchers and wind chimes


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Wire you can fire!
Make hanging your jewelry, sun catchers and fused chimes a cinch with fusible high temp jump rings! These convenient "U" shaped nichrome wire hooks can be fired right into your project without having to clean any of that annoying fire-scale. Embed wire between pieces of glass and fuse to create strong structural hanging rings for easy display. This wire remains strong in extreme heat of kiln firings and withstands high temperatures for long periods. Extremely strong, but is still flexible enough to bend. Sold in a package of 50. Measures 3/4" long.

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