Sterling Silver Plated Pattern Texture Bail Assortment - 10 Pack

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  • Bails feature a brilliant sterling silver plated finish
  • Unique leaves texture adds interest to your glass art jewelry
  • Bails Measure approximately 3/8" x 1"
  • Pack of 10 contains two of each texture

Product Description

You put care into the details when creating each unique cabochon for your jewelry, so why would you finish each pendant with the same bail? Treat your art to pattern texture bails to accent your style. Assortment includes 2 each of 5 designer styles. Sterling silver plated, approximately 3/8" x 1" each. 10 piece assortment.

Finishing your Glass Cabochons is as Easy as 1, 2, 3!
1. Apply bails with glue.
2. Hold bail to jewelry to secure adhesive.
3. Proudly wear custom glass art jewelry.

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  •   Textured bails
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Pros : Gives added interest to pendants with the texture
Cons : None
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  •   Bails
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Pros : These bails are beautiful and easy to use. Be sure to hold them for 24 hours so you have no questions about the glue holding.
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Pros : I like the textures.
Cons : The plating on them is very dull. It makes them look cheap.
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