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Wholesale Jewelers Supply Terms

Wholesale jewelry supply companies provide the essential tools that jewelers need to make their items. Here are some important terms you should know when shopping for such supplies.

  • Jewelry Wire - A type of wire used to string charms and beads on bracelets, necklaces and earrings. It can be made of gold, silver, platinum or another precious metal.
  • Jump Ring - A ring that connects to clasps for securing jewelry. You can add multiple jump rings to an item to allow for different sizes. They come in all types of precious metals.
  • Casting Grain - Precious metals, including gold, silver and palladium, in the form of grain-sized pieces. Jewelers cast, or melt, the grain into a shape for making jewelry.
  • Buffing Wheel - A device used for polishing jewelry. Jewelers may utilize the wheel when making or repairing jewelry.
  • Head Pin - A piece of metal wire that is capped with a head to keep beads from falling off the end. Head pins are commonly used for stringing earrings. The open end of the wire is secured by looping it with pliers.
  • Mesh Chain - A type of chain, made from metal and sometimes fabric, consisting of an intertwined texture of many small links gathered to form a larger chain. The chain may be used for bracelets, necklaces and other items.
  • Solder Wire - A metal alloy that melts at a lower temperature and can be heated to join metal pieces together. Solder wires and other soldering equipment is available from wholesale jewelry stores.
  • Cubic Zirconia - An imitation diamond stone that has been manmade. This stone is frequently used for high-end jewelry. You can find these crystals and other supplies to make beaded jewelry from jewelry supply companies.
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    Dreamstonz
    4747 E. Elliot Road #29-215, Phoenix, AZ 85044
    We offer jewelry for women who mean business. DreamStonz’ mission is to push women beyond their own expectations. Visit us online.
    (480) 460-1330
    Rhinestone Shop
    2512 E Shangri La Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85028
    Find largest selections of Swarovski and flat back rhinestones and silver crystal jewelry at rhinestone shop. Shops for Swarovski hot fix crystals wholesale and much more.
    (602) 795-7855
    The Estate Watch & Jewelry Company
    7121 E 5th Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    We are the premier jewelers in Scottsdale. Buy, trade, consign, or sell brand new, unworn, and gently-used watches, jewelry, gold & loose diamonds. Come by our Scottsdale jewelry store today!
    (480) 946-9940
    swjbuyers.com
    14300 N. Northsight Blvd Suite 127, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    Southwest Jewelry Buyers takes pride in providing our clients with truly exceptional and high quality service. Whether you are a retail establishment or an individual seller.
    (480) 733-8004
    The Estate Watch & Jewelry Company
    7121 East 5th Ave #23. Scottsdale, Az. 85251, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    We are a jewelry store specializing in buying gold, watch repair, fine diamonds and more. Visit one of our specialists to purchase or design a special engagement ring or wedding band, today!
    (480) 946-9940
    Phoenix Jewelers Supplies
    2933 N Hayden Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    (480) 990-7690
    Langert Netzband
    1526 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85015
    (602) 264-1620
    Lonnie's Inc
    1436 N 44th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008
    (602) 220-0494
    C & D Silver Co
    15846 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032
    (602) 992-5440
    C C Silver & Gold
    2028 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85015
    (602) 242-6310
    Starr Gems Inc
    220 W Drachman St, Tucson, AZ 85705
    (520) 882-8750
    Thunderbird Supply
    2227 E 7th Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
    (928) 526-2439
    Precious Metals of Arizona Recycling Corp
    2470 N Jackrabbit Ave, Tucson, AZ 85745
    (520) 622-8375
    Gold and Diamond Jewlery
    2209 S 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85713
    (520) 623-2262
    Barnes Fine Jewelers
    891 N Val Vista Dr Ste 102, Gilbert, AZ 85234
    (480) 545-8585


    Jewelers need lots of supplies to keep their businesses moving. These professionals sell and fix jewelry of all kinds, from necklaces to earrings. They should be skilled in soldering, adding stones, adjusting settings, and more. They also sell a range of jewelry and watches made from gold, sterling silver, and white gold. Jewelers should know the current value of gold and diamonds, and provide certificates of authenticity during purchase. They often buy their supplies and equipment from jewelers supplies wholesalers or other providers. So what types of supplies do jewelers need? Saws, safety glasses, benches, machines, and polish are just a few examples. They may also need precious metal pieces, chains, wire, copper, and other materials. Of course, jewelers also require gems, beads, diamonds, and stones, along with the proper tools to make repairs. Cleaning solutions and devices are also needed in the jewelry business. Some jewelers are self-employed, while others work for large jewelry stores. Buying from wholesalers can translate to cheap bulk discount savings. Most wholesalers sell a dizzying array of equipment and supplies for today's jeweler, from soldering tools and cleaners to watch batteries and gauges. Need help with engraving? Wholesalers have products for that. Need loupes and magnifiers for seeing small components up close? Wholesalers sell products like triple loupes and handheld digital microscopes. From small gadgets to large work benches, wholesalers sell what you need. Most have websites where customers can view and order products. To find wholesale jewelers supplies providers, browse the Internet or phone book. Ask others in the business where they recommend as well.
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