Brass Jewelry Wire:-
Brass is also relatively inexpensive and makes a great alternative for gold-colored metals. It has long longevity and is easily malleable. It is both durable and affordable. “Jeweler’s Brass,” also known as “red brass” is an alloy that is a wonderful color match to 14K yellow gold. It consists of 85% copper and 15% zinc. “Yellow brass or cartridge brass” is a more yellow-green color and has higher zinc content than red brass – 70% copper and 30% zinc. Brass jewelry wire should be offered in various harnesses in most places as well. As of today Brass wire is being used extensively in the manufacture of bangles, chains, necklaces, anklets, earrings, etc.
Bronze Jewelry Wire:-
It’s noted for its great strength and low melting point – so, like brass, it has often been used for casting. Bronze has a warm, brownish-gold tone that works well with a variety of stones and materials. It is extremely suitable for delicate jewelry. But unlike most metals, cast bronze expands slightly just before setting, which causes it to fill in even the finest details of a mold. As a result, bronze shows sharper details than other cast metals. Bronze has been used for thousands of years in jewelry and other items. Jewelry artists can find bronze in the form of wires, strips, jump rings and other projects.