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More Curly Links

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More Argentium curly links, this time with some handmade raku beads and others accented with fine silver. One day, I will learn how to make such beauties!


Handmade Argentium links and wrapped beads, and hook clasp. Beads from Teneras beads via Etsy.

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  1. Sonja J
    Sonja J says:

    Lovely! I adore your wire work! ( Argentium Silver is amazing, isn’t it? I have some 30 gauge that I use for fine wrapping and such.)

  2. Nancy Mc
    Nancy Mc says:

    Just lovely..all of them. Your work is inspiring.

  3. pgv72  Patty
    pgv72 Patty says:

    Thanks, ladies! I like the springy argentium, although it can be hard on the fingers after a few hours of wrapping! I think I will always use it for earwires.

  4. DayLily aka Del
    DayLily aka Del says:

    Great wire work. Love the look.

  5. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    Lovely work!

  6. Peggy3
    Peggy3 says:

    lovely. can I ask why you prefer the argentium silver over ss? ive read argentium doesn’t tarnish true?

  7. daisymae
    daisymae says:

    These are cool! Love the curly links and the beads you used too! :D

  8. Asia
    Asia says:

    Fantastic job on the links :D

  9. Beadzilla aka Wanda
    Beadzilla aka Wanda says:

    Love this one also!

  10. Gail Layne
    Gail Layne says:

    Cool! Love the look of the curly links! Ditto on the question Peggy asked.

  11. pgv72  Patty
    pgv72 Patty says:

    Hi, Peggy! I like argentium because I make my own balled earwires. After I torch them, all I need to do is polish in the tumbler No need for the pickle pot. Here is a link (not sure if it is allowed! lol! it is from Rio Grande!) for working with Argentium. For me, the price difference is offset but the quality of the product.

  12. pgv72  Patty
    pgv72 Patty says:

    and yes… much less tarnish. ;)

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