A split ring is a particular kind of ring that is created by looping toughened wire twice and pushing the two loops tight. The ring can also be thought of as two pressed-flat helix loops. Annealed wire is used to make split rings for jewelry making because it resists deformation. Jump rings are made from the same material. The main distinction between them is that a split ring travels around twice, whereas a jump ring only goes around once. Similar to how jump rings are used in jewelry manufacturing, split rings are also. You can join strands of jewelry with them or use them to fasten charms, pendants, and priceless jewelry to chains.