Share Your Favorite Jewelry Suppliers Here!

Share some of your favorite suppliers below in the comments. Add a bit of information about what they sell (No affiliate links, please) :wink:

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My go-to for wire, sheet metal, hammers, saws, soldering supplies, other tools and so much more:

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I’ve known the owner Holly since she started her biz over 10 years ago in the USA. She’s trustworthy and has beautiful affordable beads, findings and other jewelry making elements: 6e07e817f107a599824a83f3f94defcb

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Amazing selection of jump rings for all things Chainmaille. They have the biggest variety of metals, colors, sizes, I’ve ever seen.

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Interested in learning Chainmaille? This company has some great kits and instructions/tutorials:

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If you’re looking for really cool gemstones, cabochons, and other beads and supplies, this shop has constantly new and different stock. Cool unique stones, beads, and more. They have their own stone cutters. Based in the US, and ships internationally:

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This one is a wonderful Beads and other jewelry supplies seller in Canada (she ships to other countries). I’ve known Jaclyn for over 15 years and have bought some really gorgeous supplies. Her selection of Czech Glass Beads is incredible:

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If you’re looking to learn more about Precious Metal Clay, as well as other clays to make jewelry, these two companies are terrific for Metal Clay, supplies and tutorials:

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firemountain gems they have beads, components, clays and tools. lots of guides too.

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Yes! It’s a great place! FMG has such a wide variety of components!

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FMG and Artbeads are my two main go-tos, but I’ve also had great luck with d3369f6706eb5f662fd525fea8036fd6 and fa1c9ea1f9f12036644a475f05e8b028

I miss eeBeads :frowning_face:

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I would suggest 65cf5d3db546cf903f6745364f50fad3 :))

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Oh yes, that’s a lovely supply site! Thank you for sharing Madlena! Welcome to our community! :smiley:

Fire mountain gems is awesome!

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I got a fair bit of my stuff from Firemountaingems. I literally still have a load of jewellery making things but haven’t made any in a couple of years now I’d say. Maybe I should make some more again. :slight_smile:

I used to order quite a bit off Ebay too. The sellers can be a bit hit and miss, One of the better ones I ordered from was Chromabeads:
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Usually I just bought glass beads/seed beads off them and the semiprecious stones elsewhere.

You can bulk buy things from places like Hong Kong and China very cheaply if you’re prepared to wait a couple of months for them, though I’m not sure about delays etc right now.

When I lived in Dublin there were a couple of really good bead shops. One in particular was quite expensive but was filled with wonderful things for sale. I miss them because there aren’t any bead shops where I’m living now, though I’m not going out right now either.

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Do you have a recommendation for semi-precipus stones? I am specifically looking for druzy cabachons

You could try Etsy. There are quite a few sellers on there.

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Thank you! Good idea!

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If you are looking for Cabs or any really cool stones to wire wrap, Easy. I have been purchasing through BeadologybyHeather. I have gotten some BEAUTIFUL cabs, chips and points from her shop. I just put in an order with ilovelotus on easy as well and hoping it’s amazing also!

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