Thursday, January 21, 2021

Finding Jewellery

Finding Jewellery   

The term “jewelry findings” refers to jewelry-making components that aren't beads, gemstones or stringing materials. Findings are the bits and bobs that help you piece your jewelry together. Examples of findings include bails, clasps, jump rings, connectors or head and eye pins.

Findings are the bits and bobs that help you piece your jewelry together. While a pendant is an ornament that can be used to highlight your accessories.

List of findings.

Clasps to complete necklaces and bracelets.

Earwires to link an earring to the wearer's ear.

Ring blanks for making finger rings.

Bails, metal loops, and jump rings, for completing jewellery. Jump rings can be used by themselves for chains

Pin stems and brooch assemblies.

Tuxedo stud findings, letters of the alphabet, cluster settings, metal beads and balls.

Plastic, fabric or metal stringing material for threading beads.


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