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  • Ring Blanks with Pad - Silver or Bronze Tone
  • Ring Blanks with Pad - Silver or Bronze Tone
  • Ring Blanks with Pad - Silver or Bronze Tone
  • Ring Blanks with Pad - Silver or Bronze Tone
  • Ring Blanks with Pad - Silver or Bronze Tone

description

Adjustable silver or antique bronze toned rings with gluing pads for dichroic and resin cabochons, Scrabble tiles and glass tiles to make pretty finger jewellery. They are made of copper, and plated in silver colour or antique bronze.

The pad measures about 10mm across and the ring itself measures about 17/18mm across (but as mentioned earlier they are adjustable and will give several additional millimetres). The ring band itself measures 3 x 1.2mm..

This listing is for one pack of 10 rings or buy more than 10 packs and save lots!

They will look perfect with the resin flower cabs you will find in the shop, or you can use any of your own toppings! To use, just coat the pad with E6000 glue, (available from my shop), allowing the piece to dry as upright as possible and leave for a few hours, or even better, overnight.

Ring Blanks with Pad - Silver or Bronze Tone (10pk)

$3.72

SKU:
364-3D

Other Details

Pack Size:
10 pieces per pack

Quantity:

Quantity Discounts

  • Buy 10 or above and pay only $2.98 each

description

Adjustable silver or antique bronze toned rings with gluing pads for dichroic and resin cabochons, Scrabble tiles and glass tiles to make pretty finger jewellery. They are made of copper, and plated in silver colour or antique bronze.

The pad measures about 10mm across and the ring itself measures about 17/18mm across (but as mentioned earlier they are adjustable and will give several additional millimetres). The ring band itself measures 3 x 1.2mm..

This listing is for one pack of 10 rings or buy more than 10 packs and save lots!

They will look perfect with the resin flower cabs you will find in the shop, or you can use any of your own toppings! To use, just coat the pad with E6000 glue, (available from my shop), allowing the piece to dry as upright as possible and leave for a few hours, or even better, overnight.