Sterling Silver Wrap Adjustable Ring

$19.95 USD
Item# 704104
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Product Features

  • Fashion that fits – easily adjust for ring sizes from 5-9
  • Sterling Silver
  • 5/16" pad is textured to make sure your art stays adhered


Product Description

Fashion that Fits Everyone
Contemporary sterling silver rings are simple to create. Whether making an accessory to match your favorite ensemble or making a gift for a friend, this ring will provide a professional elegant setting. Gently adjust the band from size 5-9 and add your own art to the 8 mm textured pad to complete.

Project created by artist Melanie Churchill.

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4 out of 5 stars
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Pros : This is a great item, who doesn't love an adjustable ring! I have worn mine for months with no problems.
Cons : None so far
Other Thoughts : Do NOT discontinue
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2 out of 5 stars
  •   adj ring
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Pros : I like that it won't flake like plate
Cons : It bends too easily and very difficult to get a true shape afterwards, even with a ring mandrel.
Other Thoughts : Would be great as long as customers aren't allowed to do a lot of opening/closing. (this also makes a weak spot in the silver).
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   These are Great!
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Pros : I have bought at least 20 of these and not one has broken. In addition to gluing them directly to your glass, they can be soldered or glued to your Metal clay projects or any bezel cup. They also have a .925 mark stamped on them and the wavy ones do not.
Cons : Their shape gets a little wonky as you work them, but it is worth being able to put my ring creations on any of my customers fingers.
Other Thoughts : Delphi-Please don't discontinue them!
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