I need help finding a finding. I bought some very sturdy steel key
rings several years ago; the original package with any information
about them on it is long gone.
I only have a few left, and I just got an order for quite a few key
chains with this type of finding. I can’t remember where I bought
these, and a long Google search came up empty handed.
Has anyone seen this exact type of key ring available anywhere
recently, and if so, where?
Here’s a photo of what I’m seeking:
Kathy, I did a search of Tineye for the keyring image and after
searching 3.9927 billion images on the internet, Tineye came up
Kathy, you’re looking for my favorite keyring, very difficult to
I treasure mine, squeeze, pull, and add a key; no going round and
round and pinching your fingers in the ridiculous split rings.
At one point, Ray Bennett, the wonderful Navajo silversmith who
designed these, was trying to patent them.
Perhaps still a supply in the Navajo Nation. I’ll keep looking.
Michelle, from the same side of Fort.
I need help finding a finding.
Never mind, I found them after several hours of searching the web.
I could only get it from England, but it turned out to not cost any
more than what I remember paying from wherever I got them from
Kathy, you're looking for my favorite keyring, very difficult to
I just got 100 of them from this company in England.
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ep80rk If you’d like one or two of
mine, I’d be glad to send them to you. They were a whopping 36 cents