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Pins

Pin is a general term used for a variety of findings. The two most used types in jewellery making are head pins and eye pins. The head pin is similar to a nail with a head on the end to stop beads slipping off and is used mainly for making earrings or hanging a bead off the end of an extension chain or charm bracelet. The eye pin is used to connect a number of beads together so they can move independently, like a beaded chain or a rosary. We also have findings in this section to make brooches, hat pins, lapel pins and kilt pins. We also have sterling silver head pins in the sterling silver section.


Pins.jpg      · Brooch pins
· Eye pins
· Head pins
· Kilt pins
· Lapel/push pins


    





 

 
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