jewelry. Wednesday , October 11th , 2017 - 16:02:51 PM
These clasps are designed for multi-strand pieces, and consist of a hollow tube and a bar that can pass through the tube. To close the clasp, one has to pass the bar through the entire length of the tube. Also known as slide lock clasp, this is commonly used in bracelets that are designed with two or more strands, and is easy to operate. You'll also find some varieties of the clasp that have the tube divided into five parts, with two parts of it attached to one end and the other three parts attached to the other. Tube/bar clasps are secure enough to support multi-strand pieces, but there's always the possibility of the bar slipping out.
For custom orders, it is important to make sure that there is a written agreement, with a copy for both you and the customer of the sale details. You also want to make sure that you include the date for delivery and phone numbers or email addresses to help to maintain contact. Custom orders should be paid for in advance at the time of the party. This saves considerable hassle later. Make sure to add a couple of days to your delivery time in order to ensure not only timely delivery, but also to help you to impress your customers with your quick service.
String wire through a silver crimp bead, secure it by clasping, and thread it back through the same bead, and flatten it. Thread in 3 red seed beads, 1 silver tube, 3 red seed beads, 1 silver tube, 3 red seed beads, 1 silver tube, 1 large blue stone bead. Thread in other beads exactly in the same order, until the beading wire is fully threaded with them. Thread a crimp bead on one end, pass the wire through the ring, and back through crimp bead in the opposite direction and then flatten it. Cut off excess wire.
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