Finish your designs with style using these 1.4mm brass end cap rings. These small end cap rings allow you to finish jewelry with thin width without overpowering your design. Use them to keep a consistent color scheme with jewelry containing gold or brass metals. These small end cap rings are simple in design, and feature three, ridged sections with a ring attached to one end. For a strong hold, be sure to use this jewelry component with glue and stringing material that closely matches its hole size.
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Customer Reviews for JBB 1.4mm Brass Crimp End Cap with Loop
Review 1 for JBB 1.4mm Brass Crimp End Cap with Loop
Location: charleston sc
About me: I am a hobbyist
My beading emphasis is: Jewelry Making
Date:September 27, 2013
Pros: Size, Price
Cons: Ease of Use, Fragile
"worked good but i crimped too hard on first cap end and it broke i had to refit it to make it work! it was my fault but it works well"
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Review 2 for JBB 1.4mm Brass Crimp End Cap with Loop
Other beading styles or techniques: seed bead work, wire wrapping
Creation: Nothing yet as they are too small for the purpose that I bought them for.
"The Good - The Bad - and The Ugly. Fortunately these little end caps are not at all ugly, they are nicely made and very pretty with a lovely true gold color finish. Unfortunately the bad (for me anyway) is that the inside hole diameter of these ends are not 1.4 mm. I purchased them to use with some 1 mm leather cording and thought that the extra .4 mm would allow me space for the cord and a dab of epoxy. Not the case ! Turns out the measurement is from outside edge to outside edge, so the interior space is actually smaller than 1 mm. :(
Since these are nice end caps I will probably use them when I make a piece using heavier beading cable or perhaps with some very fine chain.
I would recommend these but only for use with stringing material that is smaller than 1 mm.
It would be most helpful if the inside hole diameter was put into listings instead of just the outside diameter . . . hint, hint. :)"