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Wire Protectors & Bullion

Guardians of the cord ends: wire protectors and bullion from Rings & Things are just the jewelry findings to keep your ends from fraying.

The pre-formed channel on these innovative wire protectors (aka Cable Thimbles and Wire Guardians) prevents fraying on stringing cable and cord. It is usually placed where you make a loop to attach the clasp. Use with a crimp bead (or crimp tube), and before crimping, make sure your wires are not crossed. Choose from size 1 and size 2 wire guards (protectors) in several platings, plus gold fill and sterling silver.


Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and protects the end of the cord. When using Bullion, you normally hide your knot inside or between the end pearl bead(s). French wire is now gaining popularity as an elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable (tigertail, Beadalon, Soft Flex, etc., also known as beading wire).

Using Bullion to Finish Beading Cable

  1. Start necklace.
    1. String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.
    2. Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.
    3. String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.
    4. Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull the loop snug.
    5. Crimp the crimp bead.
    6. You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into the last few beads.
  2. [String necklace or bracelet here ...]
  3. Finish necklace.
    1. String a crimp bead.
    2. String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up snug to crimp bead.
    3. String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the bullion.
    4. Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull the loop snug.
    5. Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord back into end bead.

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  • To Use Wire ProtectorsString cable thimble onto cord.Loop cord back through other side of cable thimble.String clasp onto cord & thimble.Add crimp bead. Crimp securely.Green SilverAll our sterling silver items are nickel free. And this sterling silver item is even better! This item is made from environmentally responsible green silver. To Use Wire ProtectorsString cable thimble onto cord.Loop cord back through other side of cable thimble.String clasp onto cord & thimble.Add crimp bead. Crimp securely.Green SilverAll our sterling silver items are nickel free. And this sterling silver item is even better! This item is made from environmentally responsible green silver.

    Cable Thimble, Sterling Silver (10 Pieces)

    $1.89
    To Use Wire ProtectorsString cable thimble onto cord.Loop cord back through other side of cable thimble.String clasp onto cord & thimble.Add crimp bead. Crimp securely.Green SilverAll our sterling silver items are nickel free. And this...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Cable Thimble, Gold Filled (10 Pieces)

    $3.27
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp  Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a necklace or bracelet. Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull it.  Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)  Using Bullion to Finish Cord Ends   Start necklace.  String a crimp bead onto your beading cable. Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead. String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later. Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull the loop snug. Crimp the crimp bead. You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into the last few beads.   [String necklace or bracelet here ...] Finish necklace.  String a crimp bead. String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up snug to crimp bead. String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the bullion. Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull the loop snug. Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord back into end bead.     Other easy finishing methods Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing methods which produce professional-looking results.   Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead, so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead." Wire guardians are used much the same way as bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.    See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Plated French Wire, Medium - Vintaj Bronze (Each)

    Tulip
    $1.69
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Gold Plated French Wire, Extra Heavy (Each)

    Beadalon
    $5.73
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Silver Plated Brass French Wire, Fine (Each)

    Beadalon
    $5.75
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Silver Plated Brass French Wire, Medium (Each)

    Beadalon
    $5.75
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Gold Plated French Wire, Heavy (Each)

    Beadalon
    $5.73
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Wire Guardians, Copper Plated, Size 1 (gross)

    Beadalon

    $3.59
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Wire Guardians, Gold Plated, Size 2 (72 pcs)

    Beadalon
    $9.71
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    1/10, Silver-Filled Cable Thimble (100 Pieces)

    $11.76
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Gold Plated French Wire, Fine (Each)

    Beadalon

    $6.11
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Bullion, French Wire and Gimp      Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire.    Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet).    Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and  protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a  necklace or bracelet.    Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull  it.      Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead  cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and  protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an  elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable  (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)        Using Bullion to Finish Cord  Ends        Start necklace.       String a crimp bead onto your beading cable.    Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading  cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead.    String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the  bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead.    You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into  the last few beads.        [String necklace or bracelet here ...]    Finish necklace.       String a crimp bead.    String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up  snug to crimp bead.    String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the  bullion.    Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull  the loop snug.    Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord  back into end bead.            Other easy finishing  methods    Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing  methods which produce professional-looking results.       Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a  flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled  crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal  it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can  focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks  nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead,  so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead."    Wire guardians are used much the same way as  bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They  "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.       See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Gold Plated French Wire, Medium (Each)

    Beadalon
    $6.11
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Gold Plated Wire Guardians, Size 1 (gross)

    Beadalon
    $4.74
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Wire Guardians, Silver Plated, Size 1 (gross)

    Beadalon
    $4.58
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Beadalon Wire Guardians, Silver Plated, Size 2 (72 pcs)

    Beadalon
    $9.71
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • Bullion, French Wire and Gimp  Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at the end of a necklace or bracelet. Handle bullion with care. Do not tug or pull it.  Bullion (or French wire) was originally used to finish silk bead cord ends, primarily for knotted pearl necklaces. It attractively hides and protects the end of the cord. It is now gaining popularity as an elegant way to finish/hide the exposed end loops of stringing cable (tigertail, Beadalon, Softflex, etc., also known as beading wire)  Using Bullion to Finish Cord Ends   Start necklace.  String a crimp bead onto your beading cable. Cut about 1/4" (6mm) of bullion. String this onto your beading cable. Pull up snug to the crimp bead. String a split ring, or the loop of your clasp, over the bullion. Or, you can add a jump ring to this spot later. Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull the loop snug. Crimp the crimp bead. You may want to tuck the short end of your stringing cable into the last few beads.   [String necklace or bracelet here ...] Finish necklace.  String a crimp bead. String 1/4" (6mm) of bullion onto your beading cable. Pull up snug to crimp bead. String a split ring, or finding of your choice, over the bullion. Make a loop by going back into the crimp bead and gently pull the loop snug. Crimp the crimp bead and snip cord or feed the leftover cord back into end bead.     Other easy finishing methods Crimp covers and wire guardian are two quick-and-easy finishing methods which produce professional-looking results.   Crimp covers, once in place, nicely hide a flattened crimp inside a 3mm round bead, Can't get that mangled crimp to look like a bead, or don't feel like trying? Just conceal it with a crimp cover for a smooth bead every time. Now you can focus on making a crimp that holds instead of a crimp that looks nice. Just make sure you save enough space around your crimp bead, so that you can cover it with this 3mm "bead." Wire guardians are used much the same way as bullion. They are ideal for Beadalon and other beading cable. They "guard" the beading cable from excessive wear.    See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Plated French Wire, Fine - Vintaj Bronze (Each)

    Tulip
    $1.69
    Bullion, French Wire and Gimp Coiled from round (instead of flat) plated brass wire. Each package contains approx. 1 meter (about 3 feet). Use about 0.25 inches (6-7mm) bullion to attractively cover and protect the loop of silk (or other bead cord) at...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Wire Protectors - Antiqued Brass Plated (gross)

    $4.54
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Wire Protectors - Antiqued Copper Plated (gross)

    $4.54
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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  • How to Use Wire Protectors    String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Wire Protectors - Gunmetal Plated (gross)

    $4.54
    How to Use Wire Protectors String the cable thimble onto the cord.Loop the cord back through the other side of the cable thimble.String the clasp onto the cord & thimble.Crimp cording together. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and...
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