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1" Round Copper Plated Deep Pendant Plates - 4 Pack by Nunn Design

$22.95 USD
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Premium Findings for Premium Jewelry
Frame your creations with elegantly styled, antiqued pendant plates, exclusively from Delphi. The deep design of these pendant plates lends itself perfectly to displaying glass, resin or polymer clay cabochons. The solid cast pendants feature high quality copper plating, for a rich, durable finish.

Delphi Tip: Create custom glass cabochons that fit perfectly with the 1" Round Pendant Mold, #80610.

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  •   Decent Resin Pendant Bases
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Pros : Pre-made resin bases are not cheap anywhere. These are pretty decent for the price.
Cons : When filling these with resin, no matter how well you have cleaned them out, there will be small flecks of metal in your resin. I have made four pendants now, and this has happened with every one.
Other Thoughts : These will corrode if left out exposed to air. keep them in a sealed bag.
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