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Velvet casual necklace with chains

Velvet casual necklace with chains

08/06/2015
Velvet casual  necklace with chains

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

step 1: preparing your materials

Prepare your work environment. Organizing your tools and materials will help

you work faster and more efficient.

 

Silver flat gourmet Chain – two pieces of 13cm long each.

 

Rose gold flat gourmet chain – 12cm

Bronze Matt flat gourmet chain – 11cm

 

Oval loops silver chain – 53cm

 

  

 

 

Step 2: connecting the chains together

 

Connect the metal element with 5mm jump ring to the silver gourmet chain, and also hang 3 jump rings for the chains to be connected.

 

Now, hang the two chains and cup chain with 5mm jump rings on the metal element.

 

Hang the 12mm stone setting with a 6mm jump ring on the oval loop chain.

Close the necklace with a clasp on one side, and a big 8mm jump ring with an extension chain on the other side.

  

 

Step 3 : setting the stones

 

Place the stone in the center of the stone setting and with the help of the setting tool bend the prongs towards the stone in order to embed it.

 

The 12mm stone is placed into the setting from the back side.

 

Use a plier tool to close all four small prongs at the sides of the stone setting.

 

 

  

 

wonderful!

The necklace is ready!

 

Enjoy your new beautiful Swarovski necklace.

 

Gita team.

   

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3.7x3mm Oval link chain Price for 1 pack 5001951
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Flat Gourmet chain 4.5mm Price for 1 pack 5001416
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Rose Gold Matte
Rose Gold Matte
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Flat Gourmet chain 5mm Price for 1 pack 5000885
Antique Silver(NF)
Antique Silver(NF)
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Rose Gold Matte
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