Silver Plated Moroccan Bails - 5 Pack

$11.95 USD
Item# 91804
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  • Very unique design adds a powerful accent to your art
  • Bails feature a brilliant silver plated finish
  • Measures 7/16" wide by 1-1/4" long
  • Great value - sold in a 5 pack

Product Description

Economy Exotic Bails
Add a little flair to your cabochons with textured bails. Bails feature a briliant silver plated finish. Use a small drop of epoxy or other glass adhesive to fix decorative glass to the bail. Bright silver plating. Five bails per pack. Each bail measures 7/16" x 1-1/4".

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Pros : Like the different styling. And happy to have something more substantial to use with bigger pieces.
Cons : I have a hard time using enough wire and/or chain to fill the hole. I have started using ribbon a lot more.
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Pros : nice to have some different bails to choose from
Cons : pay attention to the sizing, all of these newer bails are larger that what you might think at first glace.
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Pros : Finally, some new bails to give our glass a dressed up look. Very pretty finish, larger than the conventional bail. looks good on larger pieces.
Cons : As they are large they don't go with smaller pendants.
Other Thoughts : I think these will be popular with my customers.
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