Heart Double Bail - 25 Pack

$17.95 USD
Item# 63925
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  • Double heart design adds flair to both the front and back of your jewelry
  • High quality sterling silver plated finish
  • Measures approximately 1/2" x 1"
  • Sold in 25 packs


Product Description

Features design to adorn both the front and back of your cabochons. Use a small drop of epoxy or other glass adhesive to fix decorative glass to the bail. Measures approximately 1/2" x 1". Sterling Silver plated, 25 bails per pack.

Back side image courtesy Aanraku Studios, Love pendant by artist Kayleigh Clark

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  •   hearts
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Pros : these are one of my favorite bails..sweet on my glass.
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  •   Fun and Simple design
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Pros : Look good on pendants and add a little fun design
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Other Thoughts : I like these for many pendants, they are still simple enough to not detract from the pendant design but the heart on front and back gives it a special touch.
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Pros : These double heart bails are so cute, my customers absolutely love them! They add an extra accent to my pendants, making them even more appealing. The silver doesn't fade or get dull and polishes up nicely with a polishing cloth. These bails are always my go to favorite.
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