This lobster clasp is just the right size for the seed bead stacking bracelets I've been obsessed with lately. Understated yet sturdy it's an ideal clasp for jewelry projects that aren't too hefty or need a fancy clasp for extra flare.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)Deborah Wilson from NY.
This is a very nice lobster clasp that I plan to put on one of my necklaces.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Vickie Burge from Salem, Il.
love this product
I love this clasp easy to use great product
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Debra McKenzie from Australia.
This clasp is a great, "not so obvious" size for finishing smaller link chains - but not so small that you can''''t operate it! Love the sturdy attached ring at base. Nice little bonus for the price
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Mary from Plymouth, MI.
Questions and Answers
Q:What is the best way to attach this to a 1mm chain so that is does not come off and look professional?
A: It would depend on what kind of chain you are using. If you are using beading chain, for example, you would use crimp ends designed to go with the beading chain. You would then attach a jump ring to each end of the beading chain. Attach your clasp to one of the jump rings. This video demonstrates the technique.
If you are using regular chain with open links, you will use a jump ring to attach the clasp. You can open and close jump rings using 2 pair of chain nose pliers. When closed properly, jump rings look pretty seamless and do not get caught on hair or clothing, so there is not a huge risk of them pulling open. We would recommend using a jump ring that is about 4mm in outside diameter with this clasp.
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