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Silver Plated Tube Bail Assortment - 10 Pack

$9.95 USD
Item# 91812
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Simple, lovely designs add elegance to any jewelry piece without distracting from your composition
  • Large plate for a secure hold - plate size measures 1/4" wide and 1/2" long
  • Fits most clasps – features a large 5mm tube
  • Assortment includes 10 bails of 3 different styles

Product Description

Finish your pendants with low-profile tube bails. Assortment includes 4 smooth bails, 3 spiral bails and 3 dots texture bails, providing subtle variations on a favorite style. 5/16" wide x 3/4" total height with a 1/2" tab to secure your art. 10 bails per pack.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Great looking product!
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Pros : I love the contemporary look of these bails.
Cons : I would prefer it if I could select only the plain or only 1 design.
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Pros : I love these bails. I use them on almost all of my necklaces. Great price too.
Cons : None!
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Pros : I find these a nice alternative to the leaf bails when you want a more contemporary look.
Cons : The holes tend to be smaller so not all chains or cords will fit. I have had problems with these bails tarnishing before they even get used. All of my bails are stored in the same storage units so I don't understand why some tarnish while others don't.
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