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How to Choose the Best Jewelry Clasp - About.com
We'll show you exactly how jewelry clasps work. Some jewelry clasps are more secure than others, and some are an important part of the design.
How a Box Jewelry Clasp Works - About.com
Find out how a box jewelry clasp works and decide if they're secure enough to hold your fine jewelry.
How a Lobster Claw Jewelry Clasp Works - About.com
Its name explains the general look of lobster claw clasps, but you can see in the photo that the look varies and can be fashioned to suit the jewelry the clasps are  ...
About Decorative Jewelry Clasps - About.com
The focal point of some jewelry is the clasp. See how decorative jewelry clasps can be used to enhance the appeal of jewelry.
What Are Hidden Jewelry Clasps? - About.com
We'll show you how hidden jewelry clasps become invisible when they are latched, allowing the focus to remain on your jewelry.
What's a Toggle Clasp? - Jewelry - About.com
Toggle clasps are two-piece clasps that are attached to opposite ends of a piece of jewelry. One section of the clasp is formed into a circle or other shape with an ...
Jewelry Clasps and Connectors - Jewelry Making - About.com
Once you string up a bracelet or necklace, you need some way to connect both ends together. That's when findings such as clasps and jump rings come in very ...
Magnetic Clasp Pros and Cons - Jewelry Making - About.com
Consider the good and bad that comes with using magnetic clasps on your jewelry pieces.
How to Attach a Slide Clasp to a Peyote Bracelet
Slide lock clasps (or "slide clasps") are ready-made findings that are great for finishing the ends of peyote stitch cuff bracelets. They're available in a variety of ...
How to Attach a Jewelry Clasp With Jump Rings
One of the easiest ways to finish a bracelet, necklace, or anklet design is to attach a clasp with jump rings. Just be sure to select sturdy jump rings (18 gauge or ...
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