Silver Plate Hammered Link Bracelet - 2 Pack

$16.95 USD
Item# 70466
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Product Features

  • Quality plated finish offers rugged wear
  • Elegant styling looks great with any outfit
  • Package of 2 bracelets for twice the value!
  • Strong, easy to use fold-over clasps


Product Description

Make Glass Custom Jewelry Easily with Silver-Plated Bracelets
Simply adhere fused cabochons to silver-plated disks to create a personalized bracelet sure to be treasured for years to come. A great way to use up scrap glass, or make your bracelet extra special with dichroic glass. Bracelets come in packs of two, so make one for yourself and one to give as a gift!

7" long. Silver plated. Pack of 2. Sold unfinished.

Dichroic bracelet by artist Leena Tucker. Blue bracelet created by artist Marsha Treacey, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

Delphi Tip: You can easily customize bracelet size by removing extra links. Bracelet is an excellent project to make using cast glass cabochons created with mini molds.

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Product Details

  • 7" long

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Pros : This bracelet blank uses less cabochons then others, so gluing time is quicker. Some people also prefer the lighter weight bracelets as a result of this.
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