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Antique Brass 36mm Filigree Pendant/Finding

Part Number:JW703/36AB
Antique Brass 36mm Filigree Pendant/Finding
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Antique Brass 36mm Filifree Pendant/Finding

Lead and nickel free.

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Perfect Project Piece
I am so grateful you had the filigree pieces for my project. These will look so good on my ornament project!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Maurice LA. on 12/31/2014
5 Stars
Love this
This filigree will make such cute earrings with couple Czech glass beads and a pearl for dangles. Dressy or fun. I'm ordering more of these!
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Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 4/20/2013
5 Stars
Very Nice
Filigree is a favorite and this one has endless potential. A very nice piece & wonderful price.
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Reviewed by:  from IN. on 2/25/2013
5 Stars
I love filigree stampings!! This one is very nice!
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Reviewed by:  from I am still in the living room. on 1/26/2013
5 Stars
Filigree to a pendant
This is an elegant piece and when sewn on a piece of suede, you can embroider bead in between the spaces for a one of a kind pendant. That's just one of the many uses for filigree.
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Reviewed by:  from Toa Baja Puerto Rico. on 1/15/2013

Questions and Answers

Q: If I use this as a pendant -- is there a link attached to use to add it to a beaded necklace? If not, how do I attach it to beads I am stringing for a necklace? I am new to beading.
Asked by: Violet - 10/13/2015
A: When you have an open filigree piece such as this, you can do many things with it. If you want it to be a traditional pendant, you can attach a jump ring to the top and then incorporate it into your beadwork by centering it in on your beading wire. Because it is a filigree piece and it is open, you can also bead directly onto it by attaching your wire to the openings in the metal. It depends on how you want the pendant to lay.
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