This gold-filled small twisted bar toggle clasp is sure to finish off your next bracelet or necklace design perfectly. The bright golden color is stunning, with a beautiful shine that will accent any project wonderfully. The twisting designs features small round beads on either ends of the bar and one below the open hole on the loop. Toggle clasps are easy to hook and unhook, so your designs will be beautiful and easy to use. 14K/20 gold-filled toggles are a less expensive alternative to 14 karat gold. This versatile design and size will work with many of your jewelry designs.
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Gold Bead Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
2of3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Gold-Filled Small Twisted Bar Toggle Clasp
Review 1 for Gold-Filled Small Twisted Bar Toggle Clasp
Pros: Size, Price, Versatile, Unique, Ease of Use, Quality, Color
"I purchased the gold toggle for a bracelet design I made recently. The toggle was the perfect size for the design and very nice quality."
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Review 2 for Gold-Filled Small Twisted Bar Toggle Clasp
practical and pretty
Date:April 13, 2011
Pros: Price, Ease of Use
"I make jewelry mainly for affluent seniors, who find toggles much more comfortable to handle on necklaces than traditional closures, i.e lobster claws. This particular toggle has small knobs at the end of the bar, which are more comfortable than plain bars."
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Review 3 for Gold-Filled Small Twisted Bar Toggle Clasp
About me: I design and sell online
Very disappointed in quality
Date:March 30, 2010
Pros: Ease of Use
Other beading styles or techniques: stringing
"The photo of this toggle is gorgeous, but after I started making my bracelet, I noticed sloppy construction. The ball ends are not even solid---that is, it looks like they soldered a large-hole bead onto each end. Since there are holes on both ends, you can see the edge of the twisted bar coming through to the end of the round bead. And the same with the round loop of the toggle; there are gaps where the twisty round goes through the ball/connector, because of course the metal is twisted, not smooth, and it just looks bad. It makes me wonder about the longevity of this piece, if the gold covers all the base metal and will therefore not allow corrosion. It doesn't make a good impression were I to pass this piece onto somebody else. I'm very disappointed considering the price of this item."