When you are creating jewelry, one of the essential elements that you will need are jewelry clasps, which are classified as jewelry findings. These are used to connect the ends of necklaces, bracelets and even cuffs, anklets and belts. Some popular examples of jewelry clasps include the box clasps, lobster claw clasps, hook-eye clasps, toggle clasps, spring clasps, slide lock clasps, tube bar clasps and magnetic jewelry clasps.
Magnetic jewelry clasps are one of the newest inventions among jewelry making supplies and they are getting popular each day because of the secure grasp that it provides to your pieces of jewelry. Because of this popularity, we now have a great range of these jewelry findings in the market, with varying degrees in magnetic strength, shapes, sizes, designs and colors. Besides being used to join the ends of a bracelet or necklace, these jewelry clasps are also used by artisans as a very catching focal point. So, their uses are not only functional, but decorative as well.
As in other things, magnetic jewelry clasps have their advantages and disadvantages over other jewelry clasps. For one advantage, jewelry pieces using these clasps are easy to put on and take off. The elderly and people who have arthritis will benefit most from these clasps; there’s no need to fumble with tiny bits, when they are putting their pieces on. They are joined together by 2 magnets that attract each other and taken off by sliding the 2 ends apart. The magnets used in these clasps are fairly strong, giving an assurance that your piece will not be easily or accidentally coming apart.
It is not only the added security that the magnetic jewelry clasps provide. They are also known. The electric current from these jewelry clasps have been proven to increase the flow of oxygen to blood and supply heat to the other body tissues. These can also regulate the body’s natural functions and at the same time heal many diseases such as asthma, wrist pain,…