Jump Ring Price Lists


Jump Ring Price Charts To View Online:

  1. Argentium Sterling Silver Jump Rings – by the Full, Half, or Quarter Troy Ounce
  2. Sterling Silver Jump Rings – by the Full, Half, or Quarter Troy Ounce
  3. Copper Jump Rings – by the Full, Half, or Quarter Troy Ounce
  4. Jeweller’s Bronze Jump Rings – by the Full, Half, or Quarter Troy Ounce
  5. Silver Filled Jump Rings – by the Full, Half, or Quarter Troy Ounce

Choosing Quality Jump Rings

Creating elegant chain mail jewellery is more than just great design – quality jump rings are an essential ingredient.

There is a fair amount of skill involved in making jump rings whether you’re making them by hand (wrapping wire around a mandrel) or using power equipment for cutting. There must be no gaps or overlapping wire. And they must be cut perfectly straight with a very sharp blade.

We make our own jump rings and take quality control seriously. When you buy our jump rings you can be sure that they will have no burrs and a smooth feel. Our rings are perfectly round, forming a full circumference. And they have an identical diameter so your chain mail will have an even flexibility.

You put a lot of effort into making your chain mail jewellery so don’t compromise this with inferior jump rings. Instead, buy from us and know that the jump rings you’re using are of the highest quality.

The Details

We make our own jump rings from regular sterling silver wire, from Argentium sterling silver wire, from silver filled 925/10 wire, from Jeweller’s Bronze (a copper and zinc alloy), and from hardened copper round wire. We saw cut and polish all the rings before packaging.

Argentium sterling silver is an important alloy that is very slow to tarnish. Find out more at: http://www.argentiumsilver.com

The wire for the regular sterling rings is measured in millimeters and for the Argentium sterling, Jeweller’s Bronze and copper rings it’s in AWG (American Wire Gauge). The ring sizes are the ID or inside diameter measured in millimeters.

All ring sizes are available in troy ounces (1 troy ounce = 1.097 ounce), or half or quarter troy ounces.

Contact us for pricing of ring sizes that are not listed.


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