Large Silver Plated Tube Bail - 5 Pack

$17.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Simple design adds elegance to any jewelry piece without distracting from your composition
  • An economical way to finish your glass art jewelry
  • Great for bigger pendants – large plate size measures 7/16" wide and 15/16" long
  • Fits most clasps – features a larger 5mm tube

Product Description

Simply Elegant
Understated styling complements your art. A Delphi favorite, our artists love how this classic style, silver plated pendant bail won't distract from any piece. 5mm diameter tube fits over most clasps. Pendant plate measures 7/16" wide x 15/16" long. Overall size 24mm x 11mm. 5 per pack.

Flower pendant by artist Melanie Churchill. Last two images by artist Kayleigh Clark.

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Good for large pendants
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Pros : it has a large surface area to hold glass pendants in place, can support some weight
Cons : the bail is so large that it takes up a substantial area on the back of my pendant, I don't really care for the look.
Other Thoughts : I haven't tried this on a large pendant so maybe it looks better affixed to something larger. I generally make approx. 1 1/2 inch diameter pendants.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Cheap Cheap!
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Pros : They are very Cheap!
Cons : They are very Cheap! You get what you pay for. It's nice to have a new option for bails and I think they could be quite nice if made better. The metal is thin. The loop is not perfectly shaped. Edges seem a little raw. It doesn't enhance the beauty of pendant.
Other Thoughts : I don't see myself using these unless I can clean them up somehow but I'm afraid if I try to smooth the edges with sandpaper I'll just sand off the plating.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Poor Quality
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Cons : These large bails are a poor value for the money. They do not appear to be silver plated and do not look like the picture. I'm returning the ones I bought.
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