0 Item(s) / Total: $0

Bead Ready, 19-Strand, .015, Satin Silver

Part Number:193B-042
Bead Ready, 19-Strand, .015, Satin Silver
In Stock, Ships Immediately!
Your Price: $2.99

Rewards:: 

Get 2 point(s) per unit purchased!
What's this?
Find a Better price?

Sold As:

Item

Country of Origin:

United States

Size:

.015 Inches

Material:

Stainless Steel

Shape:

Round

Bin:

S1-118

Bead Ready, 19-Strand, .015, Satin Silver.

This set is perfect for beginners! It comes with a piece of 19-strand .015" satin silver beading wire measuring about 20" in length. There is a crimped end with a nickel-free silver plated trigger clasp that is already attached to the wire. You simply string beads then put the loose end of your wire into the loose finding and use chain nose or flat nose pliers to crimp.

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Beady Ready 19 -Strand .015 Satin Silver
This is my first time using this. It was very easy to use and makes a quick necklace. I made a necklace with purple glass pearls and Stardust beads.
Did you find this helpful?  1 of 1 Found Helpful
Reviewed by:  from Findings. on 8/11/2013
5/5
5 Stars
PERFECT!
I am making some beaded angel necklaces, earrings and ornaments. This is exactly what I was looking for. Easy to use!
Did you find this helpful? 
Reviewed by:  from MA. on 1/20/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Love this
These are really lovely! I just add a lovely crystal pendant from Aunties Beads, along with smaller crystals and it's ready to go. I keep these in my inventory for any spur of the moment make ready to go!:))
Did you find this helpful? 
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Florida. on 4/15/2014
5/5
3 Stars
Bead ready 19-strand
I ordered 4 of these and I've used 2 so far. The first, the lever on the clasp broke off the first time I opened it-I just replaced the clasp with a similar one. The second, the loops holding the clasp were bent at an angle that made the clasp press into my neck-uncomfortably. When I tweaked the loops, that fixed it. Otherwise, these are easy to use-almost an instant necklace, just wonder about the overall quality.
Did you find this helpful? 
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Galveston, Tx. on 11/16/2013
3/5
5 Stars
Bead Ready Satin Silver
These strands have been perfect for me to help my granddaughter create necklaces for her Mom and other Grandmother.
Did you find this helpful? 
Reviewed by:  from Yarmouth, Maine. on 6/1/2013
5/5

Questions and Answers

Q: What are the strand ends that are attached to the bedding wire, then to the clasp? I've never seen those strand ends, can I purchase them?
Asked by: rosann kotula - 12/12/2013
A: Rose,

We just started carrying them. They are called EZ Crimps, http://www.auntiesbeads.com/EZ-Crimp-Lobster-Silver-Color_p_26435.html; EZ-Crimp Lobster, Silver Color Item Id: 315B-111;
http://www.auntiesbeads.com/EZ-Crimp-End-Ring-Gold-Color_p_26436.html; EZ-Crimp End Ring, Gold Color Item Id: 344A-013

We are going to order the silver crimp ends singly with out the lobster clasp next, I believe they must have been on back order at our initial purchase.
Was this answer helpful?  0 of 0 Customer(s) found this Answer helpful.
Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (12/12/2013)
Q: is clasp sterling?
Asked by: Kim Pritz - 1/1/2014
A: The clasp is nickel free silver plate.
Was this answer helpful?  0 of 0 Customer(s) found this Answer helpful.
Answer provided by:  Shanna (1/3/2014)
Q: Would this be sturdy enough to use to restring a vintage crystal necklace? The beads a heavy and at the moment strung on a chain which is broken. I need something strong to hold the beads on.
Asked by: Linda - 12/19/2014
A: I would really suggest using an 49 strand .018 that is what I use for most of my stringing, especially for heavier beads. http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Beadalon-49-strand-Wire-30-ft-018_p_3455.html 19 strand is a good wire to use for lighter weight beads.
Was this answer helpful?  0 of 0 Customer(s) found this Answer helpful.
Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (12/22/2014)

Related Project Ideas, Inspiration, and Instruction

Flat Nose Pliers
Average Rating3Review(s)
 
 
 
Back to Top