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Silver Plated Wing Bails - 3 Pack

$9.95 USD
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Item# 91803
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Product Features

  • Let your art take flight! Uniquely styled bail
  • Measures 1-11/16" wide by 1-1/8" high
  • Pack of 3

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Product Description

Let your art take flight with this unique detailed bail style. Use a small drop of epoxy or other glass adhesive to fix decorative glass to the bail. Silver plated. Measures 1-11/16" wide x 1-1/8" high. 3 bails per pack.

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Pros : Perfect for the size and shape of my piece. Sturdy.
Cons : Probably not for pieces 1" or smaller
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Pros : Very Pretty and eye catching. Large surface for gluing.
Cons : Too big. Makes most jewelry look "clunky".
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