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Fishhook safety clasps I prefer the safety feature and the filigree scrolled design of fishhook safety clasps. The safety feature means that you have to pinch the tip to release it and then unhook it. Some come with pre-made loops, so you don’t have to add jump rings, which makes life easier. In 18kt gold, they run about $10 each; silver clasps are about $6 each. Both cost less when you buy in bulk. Take a look at Figure 2-11 to see what these clasps look like. Figure 2-11: Fishhook safety clasps.

Keep spools of these wires handy because they’re easier to work with than some of the harder gauges. 27 28 Part I: Getting Started with Jewelry Making and Beading Getting the lowdown on metal lingo At first, all the terminology surrounding metals, wire, and alloys may seem overwhelming. Use this list to get up to speed: ✓ An alloy is a mix of metals. When a precious metal isn’t pure, it’s mixed with other substances to form an alloy. ✓ To anodize a metal means to create an oxidized coating on it.

It’s durable and a great choice for jewelry making, especially when you’re on a tight budget and aren’t allergic to nickel. ✓ Niobium is used to strengthen alloys for industrial and commercial use, including high-tech applications in the aerospace industry. The base metal itself is used extensively in jewelry making because it’s an inexpensive and hypoallergenic metal. After manufacturing into the desired shape, the naturally gray base metal niobium can be anodized to create colors. ✓ Pewter is an alloy traditionally made from tin, antimony, copper, and lead.

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