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Sterling Silver Plated Earring Bails - 12 Pair

$15.95 USD
Buy 3 or more for $13.55 each
Item# 63919
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • The quick and easy way to create professionally finished earrings
  • Make a matching set - leaf design matches Aanraku Traditional Leaf pendant bails
  • Sterling Silver plated
  • Enough bails to make 12 pairs of earrings


Product Description

Sterling silver plated earring bails are bright and shiny! Use a small drop of epoxy, Triolyse or other glass adhesive to fix decorative glass to the bail. After adhesive sets, connect to ear wire or French hook. Measures 1/4" x 3/8". 24 bails (12 pairs) per pack.

Earrings by artist Jennifer Bonesteel. French hooks are sold seperately.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   SS earring bails
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Pros : small enough to be discrete, but large enough for a secure bond. I had two long thin pieces of glass I polished. The sides of the bail didn't stick out on the sides.
Cons : none that I can think of
Other Thoughts : more metal color options might be nice
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  •   Jewelers' staple
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Pros : I use these on most fused earrings. Well made product that lets earrings hang correctly.
Cons : Dealing with small components is always somewhat clumsy but there's no cure for that. I just set up a couple dozen at a time and glue away.
Other Thoughts : Larger packs of 48 or even a gross would be helpful.
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  •   Great bails
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Pros : Nice bails just the right size for earrings.
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