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types of gold chain locks

  • Spring ring

    Spring ring link component Features two fixed rings, One with a spring ring mechanism. The component is ideal for Adding pendants, necklaces And for adding charms to Bracelets.

  • lobster claw

    A lobster claw clasp is a jewelry Fastener that resembles The claw of a lobster. A tiny spring keeps the arm Of this clasp closed. It is used to attach two other Rings or links of A necklace or Bracelet.

  • s-hook

    The s-hook clasp is a variation on The hook, with a rounded, S shape. Two flat stock findings With a matched appearance. One part is shaped link The letter s, and the other part Like the number 8. When used together they work As a clasp for a necklace.

  • toggle

    toggle necklace claps add an element of texture and flair to beaded necklaces. there is an open area in the center of one side of the clasp. on the other side of the clasp is a long bar that can be angled through the opening on the opposite side to attach the necklace. when you insert the "t" into the circle extends past the circle's edges to hold the jewelry in place.

  • open box

    when closed a box clasp will usually look like a small rectangular or square box, hence the name. one side of the jewelry should contain a metal piece with a small tab that can be fitted into a box on the opposite side of the jewelry. there is a compressed spring that holds the metal lever inside the box once it has been clicked into place.

  • pearl fish hook

    the fish hook clasp may be a good compromise between safety and ease of use. a fish hook clasp consists of a hook on one side of a chain, on the other side of the chain sits an oval box that is thought to resemble a fish. to fasten the the jewelry the hook is hooked into a space that is concealed inside the box.

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