20 Gauge Round Fine Silver Wire - 1 Ft

$5.95 USD
Item# 63240
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Product Features

  • For wire wrapping, glass soldering, hot glass and metal clay jewelry projects
  • 20 ga thickness, sold by the foot

Product Description

Buy exactly the amount you need.
A huge convenience and money saver - Delphi sells premium wire by the foot.

Versatile fine silver can be used for wire wrapping, encased in glass beads, 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 in 1 foot lengths to keep your wire tidy and straight.

Delphi Expert Elizabeth Burns created the patriotic jewelry shown by wire wrapping glass charms. Bead project by Lisa St. Marin from "Beads of Glass: The Art and the Artists" book #6530.

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  •   Create built in rings
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Pros : I love to use this wire to create little silver rings built into my pendants. Then I can just add a decorative ring or bail to run a chain through.
Cons : None
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  •   Fine
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Pros : Fine silver is good to use in the kiln with my glass and makes jewelery making easy.
Cons : Sometimes I get yellow spots on my work.
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  •   Great Wire for Fusing
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Pros : Easy to work with. Stays silver after firing. No black residue. This is the only wire I ever buy and use with my dichroic bracelets.
Cons : Like all Fine Silver wire (which is the only kind that I know of for firing in the kiln), it dulls slightly.
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