There are numerous techniques for creating jewelry in the world of accessories. One of them is wire wrapping. It consists in creating elements by braiding, bending and wrapping thicker and harder wires with thinner and more plastic ones, and thus creating beautiful, intricate patterns. This creative technique requires jewellery wires, most often silver wires of various thickness and hardness are selected. Their hardness depends on the thickness, silver fineness and the technological processes they go through. For basic, structural fragments, such as pendants, we recommend harder and thicker wires, which are more resistant to deformation. On the other hand, for intricate and sophisticated patterns, thin and soft variants are used, such as the round soft silver wire 999 for jewelry making, which is extremely flexible. It is easily moldable and is great for creating rounded shapes such as spirals. It is also perfect for wrapping beads for the impression of closing them in a silver, openwork frame. When selecting sterling silver wires, it is worth knowing their function and place in the jewelry being created, because too soft and flexible wires are easy to bend, but also to distort. Therefore, if such a jewelry wire protrudes from the main ornament or creates a separate pattern, and is not wrapped around a harder wire, it can easily be deformed.