Jewellery wires are made of various metals, just as jewelry is made of various metals. However, in addition to various components, wires are also very popular, which are widely used in creating extremely original accessories using the wire wrapping technique. It consists in wrapping and entwining together wires of various thickness and softness, composing intricate curls, often weaving decorative details in the form of stones, crystals, amber or pearls. The choice in terms of sizes and hardness of the wires is necessary in order to match them to the individual elements of the created accessory. For example, harder and thicker wires are chosen for forming the main structures, and thinner and softer wires - for subtle patterns. In wire wrapping technique, most often are used hard and soft wires with a thickness ranging from 0.25 mm to 1.5 mm. The presented sterling silver round wire is a thicker model that can be used to shape the basic jewelry components. An example may be the main structure of the pendant or other parts of it, which will be additionally entwined and decorated with other details.