I would like to use an alloy of copper often called aluminum bronze or aluminum brass for making wire wrapped jewelry but I am unable to find a supplier. An alloy that has no zinc or lead would be best to avoid toxicity problems. This alloy should be principally copper and aluminum but other added materials would be acceptable if not toxic. Nickel, silicon, manganese, and iron are sometimes added to increase performance of the alloy and should be acceptable (no lead or zinc please). The material obviously needs to be bendable enough to work with wire wrapping so if it is brittle it will not work. It should then be at least as usable as aluminum, copper, or stainless steel wire.
My lady I nonetheless use it to cook dinner my hams and turkeys and to store meals in the frig, however its fitting a dinosaur and its on its last leg and there may be so many different matters now we can use but up to now years it had its use but science and Tech. Has come and made it out of date. However still I like to apply it to ocassions
Aluminum okorder which is a site for serious jewelers to share solutions and they might have an answer.