Sterling security clasp for someone who “loses everything”?
I have a client who has chosen every single bead for a special
bracelet and is now going to tell me which beads to place next to
which beads. To say she’s micromanaging the process doesn’t begin to
tell the story of how much time I’ve invested looking at beads,
charms, dangles and charms for and with her.
Why am I permitting myself to be bossed around this way? Why don’t I
tell her to make the darn bracelet herself if she doesn’t trust me
to make her something beautiful? She’s my older sister, that’s why.
This is the first piece of jewelry she’s asked me to make and I want
her to be very happy with it.
Now she’s asked me to use an especially safe and secure clasp (or
two!) for her bracelet because she tells me she loses everything.
She’s mentioned having a chain as a backup in case the clasp slips
free of itself or selves.
I’ve seen this type of security clasp in gold, but haven’t seen
anything in sterling. I’d like something 10-15mm in length, minus
jump rings, for a one-strand bracelet. Can you direct me to a
website that would have an ultra-safe and secure clasp of this type
and size? Thank you.
P.S. Next time she’s on her own! I can’t take the stress.
Pastiche Custom Jewelry