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Title: Finding  
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Subject: Jewellery, Collar pin, Marcasite jewellery, Jewelry designer, Wire wrapped jewelry
Collection: Jewellery Components
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Findings include ear wires and clasps

Jewellery findings are the parts used to join jewellery components together to form a completed article.

List of findings

  • Clasps to complete neckaces and bracelets,
  • Earwires to link an earring to the wearer's ear,
  • Ring blanks for making finger rings,
  • Bails, metal loops, and jump rings, for completing jewellery. Jump rings can be used by themselves for chains,
  • Pin stems and brooch assemblies,
  • Tuxedo stud findings, letters of the alphabet, cluster settings, metal beads and balls,
  • Plastic, fabric or metal stringing material for threading beads.

Findings are available in all the jewellery metals - sterling silver, plated silver, gold, niobium, titanium, aluminium and copper.

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