Loose parts

Loose parts for jewelry are individual components that are used to design and create unique jewelry.

Is that what you are looking for, then you have come to the right place for in Beadhouse we have a huge selection of all sorts of different loose parts you can use to realize your own personal jewelry.

Note that you can obtain discounts when buying larger quantities of our loose parts!

Our selection of loose parts in various materials

Loose parts for jewelry are the part that makes it all happen. You can compare them with the foundation of a house. Which loose parts you choose to use is both Crucial to your design's final aesthetic expression and for its durability.

Enjoy our large range of loose parts in sterling silver, gilded sterling silver, brass, copper and steel here on the site.

If you have any questions regarding which loose parts are best to use for your next jewelry design, you can write to us on ks@beadhouse.dk And we will try to help you to the best of your ability.

What loose parts should you choose?

When designing your jewelry, think about what kind of jewelry you want to make. Should the jewelry last long or should it just be a quick and cheap piece of jewelry for the next season?

If you want to design a piece of jewelry that lasts for a long time, it is a good idea to look at our loose parts in sterling silver and gilded sterling silver. You will be able to find many loose parts in these materials.

We have multiple sizes mounting cracks, ear hooks in different designs, clamping beads, different types of locks of several sizes, ball sticks with ball or flat bottom, chain extenders and woolen.

Would you rather create a piece of jewelry that doesn't need a long life, but just need to be able to spice up your Outlook in the coming season, we have very affordable loose parts of gilded and silver -plated brass and steel that can help you realize your dream design.


The right loose parts for the necklace

Do you know that the lock on the necklace or bracelet is teasing and can be really hard to deal with? Yes, it's a classic. That kind of jewelry often ends up lying on the bottom of the jewelry box and never being used and it is super fondrical.

When buying the right lock for your jewelry design, take into account the size of the beads that are closest to the lock. The lock should preferably be just as large or slightly larger than the beads to make it easy to open and close the lock.

If you make jewelry for others, think about whether they have fine motoring in order. Otherwise, it may be a good idea to go a size into lock.