My question is..... why does the clasp of chains work the way to
the front of the neck?
It's physics. Remember, gravity is not just a suggestion, it's theLaw.
M'lou BrubakerMinnesota, USA
It could be due to two separate things. A) the clasp is heavy forthe weight of chain. This you can do something about. This is onereason spring rings are popular, too bad they are not terriblystrong. B) anatomy...this you are stuck with. If it becomes a realsticking point, affix the pendant to chain so it cannot slide.
Is this just simple physics or is there a solution
Simple physics - the clasp is heavy, so it wants to go downwards. Theonly real solution is to cut the chain and solder in the pendant -with or without jumprings and such. Then the pendant is the heaviestpart..
Then the pendant is the heaviest part...
The physics here is not co,pletely clear. I have a very lightweighttitanium pendant I made years ago and put on a sterling ball chain.Whenever I wear it, the chain stays put but the pendant graduallyclimbs the left side of the chain! Go figure...