1-1/2" x 3/4" Rectangle Silver Plated Deep Pendant Plates - 4 Pack

$26.95 USD
Item# 85409
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Product Features

  • Perfect for displaying collage jewelry and glass cabochons
  • High quality silver plating has an antique finish
  • Pack of 4


Product Description

Premium Findings for Premium Jewelry
Frame your creations with elegantly styled, antiqued pendant plates. The deep design of these pendant plates lends itself perfectly to displaying glass, resin or polymer clay cabochons. The solid cast pendants feature high quality silver plating, for a rich, durable finish.

Delphi Tip: Create custom glass cabochons that fit perfectly with the Rectangle Pendant Mold #80641.

Delphi artist Karina Foster created a mini mosaic in her Rectangle Pendant Plate.
 

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Not good for all glass
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Pros : Nice looking and a good size.
Cons : It is hard to fit a piece of fused glass into it because it is rather shallow and the bottom is not smooth.
Other Thoughts : I recommend that you just slump a piece of thick glass to use. Get a piece with an interesting texture on black and don't cap it.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   The best!
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Pros : Deep well, large bail, thick and substantial, rounded edges look very nice, textured surface helps adhesive hold. I've tried other pendant plates but have always come back to these!
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Other Thoughts : These work great with polymer clay!
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  •   Love these
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Pros : These are great for creating altered art with a professional look.
Cons : I would like them in sterling or sterling plated for a less rustic look although I like this look too.
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