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Special cup chain bracelet bases for 39ss Swarovski crystals

Special cup chain bracelet bases for 39ss Swarovski crystals

25/04/2016
Special cup chain bracelet bases for 39ss Swarovski crystals

These are 4 bracelets that are made of 39ss\8mm settings with oval links. On top of the oval links there are different stone settings, such as Cushion, Oval, Twister, Square and heart shape stone settings.

 Choose a colorful crystal combination to embed into the bracelets, and look how gorgeous they look!

 

 

 

The beautiful thing about these bracelets is that it does not have any gaps between the settings, they bend nicely around the wrist and shows a crowded row of sparkly Swarovski crystals.

 

 

Use the prong pusher to bend the metal prongs on the crystals. 

Pointed nose plier
This plier tool is great to use when you have a piece with several stone settings and prongs to bend, thanks to its pointed nose. With this tool, you can see all the prongs you need to bend because the edge of the plier does not block your sight.
With this tool, you really need to be careful not to scratch the back side of the element that you’re working on. The back side of any jewelry piece needs to look as good as the front side!

 

 

Square Steel Prong Pusher
This is a probably the easiest tool to work with when you get used to it.
The right way to work with this tool is to hold the crystal in the stone set in one hand and press the metal prong on top of the crystal with the edge of the pusher with the other hand.
You don’t need to worry about damaging the plating or anything, because of the minimal touch between the tool and the metal element.

 

 

 

Cutter
This is a great way to open the prongs when you need to, but it has to be done with care or else you can easily damage the crystal or the metal element.
Using the right tool for the kind of work you are doing, and the one how is most comfortable for you is the key to working safe fast and with high-quality results.

 

 

Have fun creating!
GITA team.

Title
Plating/Rhinestone
Quantity
Price
Antique Silver(NF)
Antique Silver(NF)
Sale Expires:

1
$21.5
Antique Silver(NF)
Antique Silver(NF)
Sale Expires:

1
$21.4

$10.7
Antique Silver(NF)
Antique Silver(NF)
Sale Expires:

1
$21.4

$8.5
Antique Silver(NF)
Antique Silver(NF)
Sale Expires:

1
$21.4

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