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Gunmetal Jump Ring, Round, 8mm (ounce)

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$8.45

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HINT    When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of  "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes  them easier to close neatly.     See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
HINT    When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of  "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes  them easier to close neatly.     See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
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Jump Rings

When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes them easier to close neatly.


See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

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Sold by:
ounce
Color:
Gunmetal
Size:
Approx. 8mm, 18-gauge
Additional Info:
Approx. 170 per pack
Thickness:
18 ga (1.02mm)
Country of Origin:
United States
Hole Size:
6.7mm

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