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We stock a fantastic variety of beading wires suitable for many different jewellery making techniques. Beading wire comes in many forms, some are for stringing beads, charms and findings while others can be manipulated into shape for wire wrapping and creating interesting shapes and making your own jewellery components.
Beadalon wires are among some of the best quality beading wires available for stringing all kinds of beads from light beads to heavy gemstones as it's available in 7, 19 and 49 strand variations. 7 strand wire is suited to general beading and lightweight beads, 19 and 49 strand beading wires are more suitable for professional jewellery making as they support much heavier beads and drape beautifully due to their increased flexibility. Finish your beading wire off with crimps and calottes then choose from our collection of jewellery clasps including lobster clasps, s-clasps, toggles and more.
Copper and Aluminium craft wires are great for wire wrapping and come in a range of colours and gauges from as fine as 0.20mm to 1.5mm thick. Super fine craft wires are used for intricate wrapping, beading and twisting for bridal/occasion hair combs and tiaras. Thicker wires can be manipulated into interesting shapes and can also be used for creating your own jewellery components such as ear wires, eye pins and jump rings.There are a range of wire working tools to help you do this including the 1 Step Bead Buddy Ear Wire Maker, the 1 Step Bead Wire Looper which created eyepins and loops, and connectors with ease, and the Beadsmith EZ Jump Ring Makers for creating multiple jump rings in one go.
We even have coloured knitted copper beading wires for creating shapes and encasing beads, crystals and more. If you're looking for a strong wire to create bangles and chokers that hold their shape then we have memory wires and accessories in gold, silver, copper, and antique black metal finishes as well as extra strong cutters specially designed for cutting memory wire. Are you new to working with wire? Read our guide to choosing the right beading wire and wire gauge conversion chart. Start working with wire today!