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Large Sterling Silver Jewelry Bail - 1 Piece

Price $29.95
Your Savings: - $10.00
Your Price: $19.95 USD   (34% Off)
Item# 63915
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Product Features

  • 92.5% Pure silver for a brilliant finnish
  • Beautifully accents youir glass art jewelry
  • Bail measures approximately 10 x 25mm
  • Sold individually

Product Description

Sterling silver bail is exactly what you need to set off your next fine jewelry project. Use a small drop of epoxy or other glass adhesive to fix decorative glass to the bail. Measures 10 x 25mm (about 3/8" x 1"). 92.5% pure silver. Sold individually.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   A lot of silver
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Pros : These are very heavy weight and just like the other bails - easy to use.
Cons : Price of silver makes these expensive to use.
Other Thoughts : I normally use the plated bails, but some customers only want the Sterling, so I am glad these are available.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Just add glue!
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Pros : Pleasantly sturdy.
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Other Thoughts : These are harder than your average sterling bail, which tends to be bendable. I use them with E-6000 or a 5-minute epoxy.
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