OPEN JUMP RINGS Oval

45 In stock
$2.00
Oval Open Jump Rings for use with our pendants, earrings, bracelet bezels and clasps. These jump rings are an absolute essential - use jewellers pliers to open and close them. Read More
Colour:
Silver
Pale Gold
Bronze
Size:

Oval Open Jump Rings for use with our pendants, earrings, bracelet bezels and clasps. These jump rings are an absolute essential - use jewellers pliers to open and close them.

Choose from two sizes; 5x4mm and 7x5mm and three colours; silver plated, pale gold plated and bronze plated.

  • Dimensions: 5x4mm
    • Wire Gauge: 0.5mm
    • Contains 8g (approx 120 jump rings)
  • Dimensions: 7x5mm oval
    • Wire gauge: 0.8mm wire width
    • Contains 8g (approx 50 jump rings)

Resin8's plated jewellery findings are made from base metal (examples of which can include copper, zinc, nickel, and aluminium). Base metal jewellery and findings will tarnish a lot more quickly than precious metal jewellery (such as sterling silver). Here are our handy points to keep your jewellery and findings looking tiptop:

Keep findings and jewellery of the same metals/plating in the same container and store in airtight containers with some anti-tarnish paper. Both sterling silver and plated jewellery will tarnish in contact with air.
Remove jewellery when your skin is going to come into contact with liquids and chemicals (e.g. shampoo, alcohol gel, perfume, washing up liquid, bleach, etc).
Try not to wear your jewellery when carrying out basic jobs around the house (gardening, bathing) and deffo don't wear jewellery to the gym, pool or beach! Oils in our skin (and sweat!) will degrade the plating on the outer layer of base metal jewellery.
The less you wear your jewellery, the slower the plating will fade.
Avoid polishing or cleaning your jewellery excessively. This can cause unwanted wear and tear that could corrode the plating faster than normal.
Top tip: Pop a piece of masking tape on the surface next to your bezel... when you're filling the mount add a blob of resin to the tape - that way you can poke it with a cocktail stick (or your finger) to check if the resin is set, rather than ruining your hard work and putting a fingerprint on your masterpiece!

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