Bangle Bracelet, 1.3mm Sparkle Wire, 2.5" ID, 14kt Gold-Filled (Clearance) #51-622-02

SKU 51-622-02
7.5" Stackable Gold-Filled Sparkle Wire Bangle Bracelet. Diameter: approximately 2.5" (62.5mm), circumference: approximately 7.5" (191mm). Wear as-is, combined with additional stacking bracelets, or use jump rings and wire-wrapping to embellish with meaningful charms and colorful beaded dangles. This 1/20 14k yellow gold filled bracelet has been yellow gold plated after soldering, for color uniformity.
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Brand: R & T
Country of Origin: United States
Bin: 1S-5
Sold by: eaches
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Gold fill (also called gold overlay or gold-filled) is made by using heat and pressure to apply a layer of karat gold to a base of less costly metal. This produces a surface with karat gold. The minimum layer of karat gold must equal at least 1/20 of the total weight of the item.

What's the Difference between Gold Plate and Gold Fill?
Gold fill is 50 to 100,000 times thicker than normal gold plating, and 17 to 25,000 times thicker than heavy gold electroplate (sometimes stamped 14kt HGP). For more info about GF, see About Metals which includes an illustration of the difference between gold plate and gold fill.

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Approx. Size

1.3mm wire, 2.5" ID


1/20, 14kt Gold-Filled

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Product testing results

by Polly (R&T staff)| 2/8/2022 9:20

This is a pretty bracelet, but we've put it on clearance because it's too soft for everyday wear. It's sparkly, but bends out of shape. (Our other GF bracelet -- the hammered style -- keeps its shape infinitely better, due to the nature of work-hardening metal jewelry by hammering it).