18K Gold Plated Earring Bails - 12 Pair

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Item# 63929
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  • The quick and easy way to create professionally finished earrings
  • Make a matching set - leaf design matches Aanraku Traditional Leaf pendant bails
  • 18k gold plated
  • Enough bails to make 12 pairs of earrings


Product Description

18K Gold plated earring bails are bright and shiny! Use a small drop of epoxy, Triolyse or other glass adhesive to fix decorative glass to the bail. After adhesive sets, connect to ear wire or French hook. Measures 1/4" x 3/8". 24 bails (12 pairs) per pack.

Earring created by artist Meghan Fuhlman using pre-cut Wasser shapes.

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Pros : I like these for my cab earrings. The gold doesn't wear off easily. I have used for years and have no complaints about the gold wearing off. They are small enough to use for small earrings.
Cons : I don't feel there are any. Except of course with any glue on finding there is a possibility of it falling off.
Other Thoughts : I recommend using for cab earrings.
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