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This jewelry making project uses 22 gauge wire to make a link that can be used in a bracelet or a necklace.  My recollection form my days in school many, many years ago is that the Romans had a symbol of rank called a Scepter that was made of a series of wooden rods bound together at top and bottom.  This link uses many fine strands of wire bound together at each end and for this reason reminds me of the Roman Scepter. 


Scepter Jewelry Wire Link Jewelry Making Project.
Scepter Link

In the bracelet shown at right is made with three of these Scepter links connected together by wrapped bead links.
 

        Jewelry Supplies:

Scepter Link Beaded Bracelet Jewelry Making Project

Tools Required:

  • 30 inches of 22G soft wire
  • 20 inches of 22G half-hard wire (preferred)
  • One commercial clasp
  • Six 8 mm beads
  • Two 4mm beads
  • 2.5 inches of fine commercial chain
  • Round Nose Pliers
  • Flush Cutter
  • Chain Nose or Bent Chain Nose Pliers (2)
  • Fine Step Jaw Pliers
  • Nylon Jaw Pliers (desired)
  • Any WigJig acrylic jig
  • 3 metal pegs
  • 1 long metal peg
  • 45 minutes of free time

Jewelry Skills Required:

  • Use of a WigJig to make wire components.
  • Ability to connect wire components using a wrapped bead link. 

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