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Small 18K Gold Plated Jewelry Bails - 25 Pack by Aanraku Studios

Price $21.95
Your Savings: - $5.00
Your Price: $16.95 USD   (23% Off)
Item# 63914
Expected to be in stock Dec 15, 2015

  • 18K gold plated for a brilliant finish
  • Features a textured pad to grep adhesive securely
  • Measures approximately 1/4" x 5/8"
  • Sold in 25 packs

Available Substitutes

item: 63912
item: 63913

Product Description

Gold bails are a bright and shiny way to set off your latest creation. Just use a small drop of epoxy or other glass adhesive to fix decorative glass to the bail. Measures 6 x 15mm (about 1/4" x 5/8"). 25 bails per pack.

Necklace shown  by artist Kayleigh Clark.

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Pros : Like their silver plated sister, these are good quality. They are very small and not distracting to your smallest pendant. Give a good professional appearance.
Cons : Like any glue on bail, possibility of falling off.
Other Thoughts : Recommend using. Better value than gold filled.
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Pros : Definitely adds class to the finished product without detracting from it. Money well spent on this product.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I have both the gold and silver in the small version.
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