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Brass crimp end - for sleeves up to Ø 0.5 mm (2 pcs)
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Brass Wire Guardian - for String up to Ø 0.5 mm (2 pcs)

Wire guardian designed for aesthetic finishing of jewelry strung on wires, natural and synthetic cords or fibers. The end piece has dimensions of 4.5 x 4 x 1 mm and is designed for sleeves up to 0.5 mm in diameter.

THE PRICE IS FOR 2 PCS (1 pair).

$0.07 with VAT ($0.04 1 kus) $0.07 without VAT

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Image Reference Combination name Quantity Availability Price Add to cart
KOV-9-49-1 Gold 889 In stock $0.07
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KOV-9-49-2 Gunmetal 951 In stock $0.07
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KOV-9-49-3 Copper 924 In stock $0.07
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KOV-9-49-4 Platinum 785 In stock $0.07
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KOV-9-49-5 Antique bronze 916 In stock $0.07
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KOV-9-49-6 Silver 793 In stock $0.07
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Wire guardian designed for aesthetic finishing of jewelry strung on wires, natural and synthetic cords or fibers. The end piece has dimensions of 4.5 x 4 x 1 mm and is designed for sleeves up to 0.5 mm in diameter.

Since the end piece will serve as an eyelet attached to the jewel, any fastening used will first be threaded on it as required. Thread one end of the sleeve through the two end sleeves, the eyelet is formed and the end with the pliers is crimped. When crimping the wire, it is necessary to use more force for fixing, but for natural and synthetic sleeves, the force must not be too great to avoid cutting the sleeve. The excess piece of the sleeve is cut off or chipped. If the fastening was not threaded on the resulting eyelet before pressing, it is possible to attach a connecting ring to it and connect other necessary components via it.

Due to the color setting of the monitor, the color of the goods may differ slightly from reality.

Demonstration of use in a bracelet with connected fastening. Example of use in a necklace

KOV-9-49-3
0 kg
924 Items/g
Data sheet
Weight
cca 0,7 g
Material
Brass
Shape
Horse shoe

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