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Beads & chain


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Aloha Everyone, I know this answer comes late in the list of topics
but if I understand you correctly, it is possible to connect a
string of beads to a chain necklace? Yes. There are a variety of
ways to do this depending on what you mean by your statement,
“string of beads” which needs to be attached to a chain.

Is this a literal statement of STRING? If yes, then you can use wire
to wrap and attach the string to the chain. Make a U shape in the
string, wrap wire around it, using a round nose plier, use one end of
the wire to make a jump ring, loop it through the chain, and twist at
the center carefully. This has worked for me.

  • If the string of beads you are speaking about are large enough to
    be strung on a light gauge wire, then string the beads on a wire,
    make a large, smooth curve, at each end of the wire, make a jump
    ring, and attach it to the chain.

  • You can also use a beading cable, string your beads together, use
    a bead cap at each end, string a handmade head pin, string your
    cable through the head pin’s eye, knot it well, drop a bit of glue
    on it, have the head pin showing through the other side of the bead
    cap, and then attach it to the chain. * Should you have any more
    questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me directly. Designing
    one of a kind necklaces with different mediums used to make the
    design eye catching is what we do best. WaynetteDesigner HQCE
    @myredcar

P.S. If there is any person out there looking to buy some of our
stock of faceted and one huge Lab Created Tanzanite
please reply with your requests, sizes, quantities, and maximum per
stone or per carat. Some times we sell a 7x5 EC by the piece and
not by the carat. This may seem unorthodox, but it gets the job
done. We have a batch of 8x6 Opals we are looking to unload.
Interested, please reply.