Columbus Chain Bracelet

Bracelet with versatility

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The variations are endless: bicolor variations (gold/silver), plain round with twisted links, round wire with square wire, etc. It makes a terrific bracelet for chains, beads, and/or amulets. The "Bar-O" clasp makes it easy to put on, and gravity prevents if from coming undone. This is an intermediate project.
Required Materials: Solder, toothpicks, beeswax, powdered burnishing soap, wire, jump rings. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Needle-nose pliers, jeweler's saw, marker, bench pin/C-clamp, cut file, tumbler, anvil, hammer, vise, torch, solder pad/kiln brick, dowel. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Wirework
Finished Size: 7"
Originally Published: Step by Step Jewelry Gifts for the Holidays, 2002

SKU: EP0698

Author/Speaker/Editor: Jeanne Jerousek-McAninch

Format: eProject