Silver Beadable Cuff Bracelet

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Item# 71912
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Product Features

  • Silver plated finish
  • Easily switch focal beads to update your accessory

Product Description

Make a Bracelet for Every Outfit!
Create a bracelet for every outfit with this silver-plated cuff bracelet. The included sterling silver stopper beads make it possible to change beads easily and often. Ball ends are threaded on, allowing easy removal while keeping beads secure. Stopper beads feature a rubber gasket to keep beads in place.

Fits beads made on a 3/32" mandrel. Lampworked beads not included.

Dichroic bead bracelet created by Delphi artist Val Oswalt-De Waard. Reactive frit bead by artist Cere Carrington.

Supplies are limited. Order early for best selection. All sales of clearance items are final.

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Looks nice, but...
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Pros : Looks good and my larger holed beads fit fine.
Cons : The screw ends kept coming off, so now I have a bracelet with no ends. Am considering how I might be able to do something that will make it still useable.
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Pros : I like this bracelet kit. I use it with large hole lampwork beads and they are a popular seller for me!
Cons : Be careful that you use a bead with a large enough hole, or you will find that the plating can scrape off if you get a bead stuck!
Other Thoughts : for the price, these are great, particularly if you catch them on sale!
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Pros : looks great!
Cons : The silver plating only lasts for about 2 weeks if you wear the bracelet every day.
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