Jewellery wires are semi-finished products that can be used to conjure up extraordinary pieces of jewelry art using the wire wrapping technique. They are also useful for the production of simpler elements, such as pins or earwires which are used to create earrings. The sterling silver wire is also used for the production of studs for stud earrings or for the ends of chains threaded through the ear. You can create hairpins, brooches and many other accessories in various fields of art and utility. However, the most effective use of wires can be admired in wire wrapping jewelry, which is made by wrapping thicker models with thinner and softer ones. This technique mainly uses a silver jewelry wire of different plasticity, which depends on technological processes, silver fineness and wire thickness. Harder and thicker pieces, such as the sterling silver hard round wire shown here, are selected for main structures such as frames, and for joining with other elements. They are designed to withstand tensions, such as the weight of a stone decoration. Thin wires are braided around them, creating fancy decorations. Hard wire for jewelry making can also be used to make links, jumprings or clasps in more delicate projects.