Making Jewelry Tools Kit & Their Usage

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A big and beautiful list of jeweler's tools can not be ended up. In this creative booming industry, there are number of wholesale jewellery tools which are available in the market. Various companies are dedicatedly committed to provide best quality products for stealing the attention of customer at competitive rates. The jewelry industry is the unique one and a large arsenal of unique tools is needed to create the most fantabulous and intricate pieces.

The most important thing is to be prepared with your materials and tools to give your final product a masterpiece. Just like that as cook needs utensil's and ingredients kit for preparing the delicious food or gym instructor needs latest gym equipments for good results of loosing weight.

Similarly, jeweler needs proper jewelry tools kit to make and provide masterpiece of jewelry ornaments. But it is importantly hard to choose jewelry tools on economical prices and affordable designs. By choosing jewelry making tool kit and their usage, just keep some important things in your mind.

There are numerous tools which would definitely help you if you are beginners as well as runner.
Here is a list of basic tools essential to create beaded jewelry:

Basic Tools USAGE Advanced Tools
Needle nose pliers Used for excellent control and reach for finer work Long-nose pliers,pinch nose pliers,snipe-nose pliers
Round nosed pliers Basically this cone-shaped pliers used to curl, coil and shape wire loops and circles. Cranked round nose Bend wire pliers
Wire cutter Hard tools used to cut wire such as(sterling silver, copper cutters and gold-filled) Flush cutters, Bevel and end cutters
Scissors Are designed to cut into tiny places with ultra-sharp precision for left-handed right handed people. Are designed to cut into tiny places with ultra-sharp precision for left-handed right handed people.


Crimping pliers                   Are easily secured tubes to your bee-ding wires.
Split ring pliers                   Are designed to open the split rings.
Bent nose pliers                 Are typically used to reach into tight places for gripping components.


  • Safety glasses ( You must have)
  • Copper
  • Saw blades and frames ( you may get sets of different sizes)



  • Sparker
  • Torch
  • Copper tongs
  • Heat resistant tweezers
  • Brushes for flux
  • Anti flux
  • Solder, hard, medium and easy


Nylon hammer : A nylon hammer is used to harden wire without flattening it.

Chasing hammer: A chasing hammer is used to harden and flatten metal wire.

Rawhide mallet: Some jewellers find a rawhide mallet is useful because it allows them to work with metal without scratching it.

There is the finding list also.....


  • clasp
  • Jump rings
  • Split rings
  • Charms
  • Eye pins
  • Head pins
  • Ear-wires so on.


  • Comfortable working environment.
  • Light must be adequate.
  • Required material, eliminate disruptive factors and use boxes for beads.
  • Use a beading mat- it provides a comfortable surface to work on, avoid you losing beads
  • and other smaller parts.
  • Use high quality instruments will help you create beautiful, durable jewelry pieces.
  • Always have neatly cut ends.
  • Never cut wire with scissors, always side cutters are there to help you.

This is a traditional skill of our culture in our country. With extraordinary skills you can be identified in the market as soon as possible. So jump into this river of creativity and go into the depth of it, you will definitely see in couple of time , the speedy flow of your river of creativity will take you very smoothly and without any fear and efforts. Millions of people would run behind you and your creativity.


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