Silver Plated Earring Hoop Component, Manipulating, 1" #42-211-3

SKU 42-211-3
1" manipulating hoop findings, plated over brass. One end of the hoop has flattened area with drilled hole. The other end is round wire, which fits into the flattened area after beading/embellishing the hoop and following instructions in "More Details" below. Silver plate nicely matches the color of genuine silver. Great for beaded hoop earrings and sets of wine glass charms.
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Brand: R & T
Country of Origin: United States
Bin: SE-F-13
Sold by: half-gross
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Reg. Price:
1 - 1 $10.12
2+ $8.33
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$8.60
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More Details

How to Use Manipulating Hoops

Make wine glass charms or hoop earrings by stringing beads and charms directly onto the hoop and bending up the round wire end with round-nose or narrow flat-nose pliers. Close the hoop by clicking bent end up through hole in the flat side. Attach additional charms with jump rings or split rings.


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Approx. Size

1", 22-gauge

Additional Specs

72 per pack

Material

Brass

Color

Silver Plated

Ratings & Reviews

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MANIPULATING HOOPS FOR WINE GLASS CHARMS

by VICKI H| 8/15/2010 0:00:00

THESE ARE THE BEST HOOPS FOR WINE GLASS CHARMS. THEY ARE THIN ENOUGH TO ACCEPT MOST BEADS (SOMETIMES I HAVE TO PUT A CLEAR SEED BEAD ON FIRST OR SOME BEADS CAN SLIDE OVER THE END WITH THE HOLE), THEY ARE SOFT ENOUGH TO EASILY TURN THE END UP AT A 90 DEGREE ANGLE AND THEY'RE BIG ENOUGH THAT YOU CAN USE A FEW CHUNKY BEADS WITHOUT TAKING TOO MUCH AWAY FROM YOUR CENTER SPACE. MEMORY WIRE IS DIFFICULT TO CUT AND EVEN HARDER TO BEND AT THE END. THESE ARE IDEAL!

Earring end broke twice when turned up

by Joanna| 9/1/2017 0:00:00

I bought 20 pairs of hoops to make earrings. The earring end broke when turned up. Not solid enough. [R&T Reply: Hi Joanna, just checking if you are bending the round wire end, as illustrated? The flattened end with a hole is a stress point that is too weak for bending.]

Perfect hoops

by Cynthia| 1/19/2021 0:00:00

I have used quite a number of these to make both earrings and wine charm sets. They have all worked great. No issues at all with the plating or bending the end to make the "hook". I'll continue to buy these hoops from R&T!