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Antique Silver Beading Chain By The Foot, .07
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Antique Silver Beading Chain By The Foot, .07

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   Item Id: CHN-CB/162/FAS
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Antique Silver Beading Chain By The Foot, .07

Lead and nickel free.
Sold As: Foot
Size: .07 Inch
Material: Brass
Shape: Round
Bin: X3-301
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Customer Reviews
5/5
Rating Lovely chain
 
This chain is a good quality and just right for small-hole beads. Blends well with other antiqued silver components.
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Reviewed by:  from w. - 8/26/2013
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Rating Antique Silver Beading Chain
 
Very nice small chain that I use to make beaded earrings. Very light weight but very strong. Highly recommend beading chain and I have used all colors.
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Reviewed by:  from Tenmile, OR. - 7/17/2013
Questions and Answers
Q: Can I use this on 4mm bicone beads?
Asked by: - 5/15/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: Yes, you can. You can use beading chain on any bead that has a hole large enough to accommodate it (the biggest exception I can think of is freshwater pearls). Beading chain is not meant to be a stringing material, though; it is meant to display beads and be partially exposed. We have a great video on beading chain which can be seen here.
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