Smooth Bails Assortment - 20 Pack

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$15.95 USD
Item# 91847
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Product Features

  • Simple shape looks elegant with any cabochon
  • 20 piece assortment includes 5 finishes to match all your creations
  • Quality plated finishes offer rugged wear

Product Description

Can't decide what finish will look best with your glass cabochons? Don't worry - you don't have to decide right now. With this assortment, you'll always have just the right bail to match every design!

The simple, smooth bail design lets your creation to take center stage. Each bail measures 15/16" long x 5/16" wide, and has a generous 1/2" long pad to adhere your glass art. The assortment includes 4 bails in each finish: Silver, Gold, Hematite, Antique Copper and Antique Brass for a total of 20 beautiful bails to keep you creating. 

Note: Gold tone may vary.


 

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