1" Round Silver Plated Deep Pendant Plates - 4 Pack

$24.95 USD
Item# 85406
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Product Features

  • Pendant plates are a great way to display fused glass cabachons
  • Perfect for tiny mosaic and collage jewelry
  • Feature a high quality silver plating for a rich, durable finish
  • Pack of four 1" circle pendant plates


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 1" Round Pendant Mold, #80610.

Project by Delphi artist Melanie Churchill.

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Pros : I love all of these deep pendant plates. They are great for a variety of uses--they are sturdy and deep enough to layer different mediums within them. I use them for mini-mosaics and scrapbook collage jewelry and have not found anything I like better.
Cons : If you buy in bigger bulk, you get a good price break.
Other Thoughts : These are a great item, and you won't be disappointed.
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