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Antique Silver Pewter 15mm Crocodile Toggle

Part Number:FCL-22333
Antique Silver Pewter 15mm Crocodile Toggle
Not for Sale
Your Price: $0.89
On sale$0.62 On Sale

Sold As:

Set

Country of Origin:

China

Size:

15mm

Material:

Pewter

Shape:

Round

Bin:

Antique Silver Pewter 15mm Crocodile Toggle

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Crocodile Toggle
I think this will look really good on small leather bracelets.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Garfield, Ar.. on 4/8/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Gold/Silver Crocodile Toggle
These are a nice quality and a very useful size to keep in stock.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Alba, Texas. on 4/6/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Toggle
Perfect size, very sturdy, the texture is interesting, glad it was on sale.
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Reviewed by:  from Dallas TX. on 6/25/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Croc clasp
I like to have a variety of textures and shapes in my toggles and this fit the bill. Nice quality.
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Reviewed by:  from ky. on 5/22/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Antique Silver Pewter 15mm Crocodile Toggle
Good quality. Nice looking toggle.
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Reviewed by:  from Rochester, NY. on 1/18/2013
5/5

Questions and Answers

Q: When you describe an item as silver pewter, does that item have lead in it? What is the metal content? Thank you very much!
Asked by: Holly Robbins - 3/8/2014
A: No, not at all! Silver pewter means that the base metal is pewter, which is an alloy consisting mainly of tin. It may contain copper or antimony. Pewter used to contain lead, but in recent years, due to health concerns, lead is not widely used in the production of pewter. Silver or antique silver means that is the plating on top of the pewter.
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Answer provided by:  Shanna (3/10/2014)
Q: Is it double sided?
Asked by: mgrrl - 1/13/2015
A: It is currently out of stock, but as I recall it is.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (1/14/2015)
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