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Shown here is a series of round jewelry findings with die struck concentric circles, which might be of interest to you. Based on Guyot product archives, this series of decorative findings was introduced in the 1930's, and in the 1950's became popular items in jewelry lines of both Napier Company and Monet Jewelers. Their classic good looks can enhance many different types of jewelry and accessories, including button earrings, double strand necklaces, bracelets and belts. The no-ring button style can also cover vintage style clasps, or enhance the snap on a handbag, to name just a couple ideas.
5159, 5156, 5160, 5159-NR, 5156-NR, 5160-NR
Not long ago, the smallest of the three concentric circle findings was improved to include more ring location options, which expanded its usefulness, allowing for earring tops, earring drops, and single strand necklaces.
5160, 06911, 06912, 06910, 5160-NR
If you would like samples and prices any of the above items (manufacturers and volume users only, please), send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send them right away. Please include your name and address with your email. Thank you.
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