Jump Rings Galore!!!
Update Oct 3rd
A quick glossary for some of the terms we use in our descriptions.
Gauge – GA – AWG – this is the thickness of the wire. Most jump rings are manufactured using standard wire that is measured in gauges. We list our wire and jump rings using the AWG or american wire gauge system.
ID – inside diameter – measurement of the closed jump ring from inside edge to inside edge across the center.
OD – outside diameter – measurement of the closed jump ring from the outside edge to outside edge across the center.
AR – aspect ratio – specific to chainmail designs measures the inside diameter (ID) of the jump ring by the thickness (Gauge) of the wire or AR = ID / GA. This is a guideline measurement to determine whether a certain size jump ring will work with the weave you plan to use.
New Today!!! 18 Gauge Jump Rings
We are now adding jump rings for our chainmail enthusiasts. These jump rings are anodized aluminum and will be a available in a variety of sizes and colors. These are in addition to our TierraCast jump rings.
We have just added 20 gauge jump rings in two sizes 3/32″ and 5/32″ and will be adding more gauges and size selection. Look for aspect ratio (AR) for each size jump rings as well as gauge and ID
Check out our Metals page for our current jump rings selection