Sterling Silver Plated Adjustable Filigree Rings - 10 Pack

$10.95 USD
SALE Buy 2/$18, 3/$24       Mix & Match
Item# 91845
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Product Features

  • Get the look of silver for less - sterling silver plated finish
  • Adjustable size makes getting a perfect fit easy
  • Open scroll design is light weight and comfortable
  • Delicate filigree detail enhances your art
  • Pack of 10


Product Description

Create fanciful rings to fit nearly anyone with these fantastic filigree findings. The delicate 5/8" wide band features a lovely scrolling design to accent your art, and offers an 8mm (approximately 5/16") flat pad to securely glue your glass cabochons on. Sterling silver plated finish, pack of 10.

Project by artist Melanie Churchill.

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Pros : was so happy to see them added a while back..make fun rings for all.
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Pros : These rings are really nice and I like it that they are sterling silver plated. Strictly for the gals because of their lacy design. Adjustable means anyone just about can wear them.
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Other Thoughts : Make 10 mini cabochons at a time. Doesn't take much time or materials. Glue them to the ring top with E6000 and...viola. I sell these for $5 for the first one and $4 for each one thereafter. Don't hesitate to make them a little eye catching. Girls 10 and up love these. They are also popular with people to buy for future gifts. A really nice low-cost addition to your line.
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