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2 Inch Sterling Silver Head Pins, 22 Gauge, 10pc
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2 Inch Sterling Silver Head Pins, 22 Gauge, 10pc

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   Item Id: SS/H25/200
Description:
2 inch sterling silver head pins, 22 gauge, bag of 10.
Sold As: Bag of 10
Size: 2 Inches, 22 Gauge
Material: Sterling Silver
Bin: I3-313
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Customer Reviews
5/5
Rating Good head pins
 
I prefer sterling silver for my head pins and these are perfect. The 2 inch length is perfect for a lot of things.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Southern California. - 10/12/2013
5/5
Rating So Handy!
 
Yes, I know that I can easily make my own eye pins with wire, but Head pins aren't as easy. When I need a head pin, I don't want to fuss with my wire tools, so I grab one of these. The head keeps out of sight and is great for displaying bead dangles. The length is good too, as I find the 1 1/2 inch pins too short.
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Reviewed by:  from London, Ontario. - 3/15/2011
5/5
Rating Sterling Headpins
 
Excellent quality but expensive. Easy to work with.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Broken Arrow OK. - 11/22/2013
5/5
Rating Very nice!
 
Exactly as pictured.
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Reviewed by:  from Watauga Texas. - 6/19/2013
5/5
Rating head pins
 
love this product always need these
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Reviewed by:  from Australia. - 8/16/2012
5/5
Rating Sterling Silver Head Pins, 22 guage
 
Love these! I ordered them after viewing one of your videos with a new-to-me way of making a loop at the top of the bead --- twisting around after the top loop is formed. Very elegant touch, and seems more sturdy, too.
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Reviewed by:  from AZ. - 8/8/2010
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