Antique Silver Flower Art Bails - 12 Pack

$10.95 USD
Item# 91855
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Product Features

  • Large, contoured floral designs add detail to your jewelry
  • Delicate flower pattern on reverse makes both sides attractive
  • Get a secure bond with the large 3/8" x 9/16" pad
  • Antique silver plated finish gives vintage charm
  • Pack of 12 - get 4 bails in each of 3 designs

Product Description

Dress up your designs with Flower Art Bails. Each bail features an imprinted floral pattern on the reverse, plus an elaborate sculptural flower on the front. Pact of 12 includes 4 each of the rose, lily and daffodil bails in a lovely antique silver finish full of vintage charm. Bails measure approximately 1-1/8" long x 3/8" wide and offer a large 9/16" long pad to adhere your cabochons securely.


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  •   Unique Strong Bails
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Pros : Great for large or heavier pendants and different from standard bails available. Also love the designs. And the price is reasonable.
Cons : I would prefer a lighter silver color, but these still work.
Other Thoughts : They set off my fused glass pendants and I've received lots of compliments on the designs. I ordered in Antique silver and gold.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   when you want fancy bails
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Pros : large and great design
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Other Thoughts : I usually use very simple bails but every once in a while the pendant does better with a fancy bail. These are perfect for that situation
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  •   Very pretty
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Pros : For what I do, the size of these are perfect. Very pretty.
Cons : None.
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