Sold INDIVIDUALLY, not by the pair. This isn't your grandma's earwire! These fun, innovative sterling silver earwires are just the thing to set your designs apart from the rest. Stock up on these wonderful staples today.
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
Gold Bead Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
4of4(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Pros: Size, Price, Versatile, Unique, Ease of Use, Quality
Other beading styles or techniques: Stringing
"I bought these earwires to make a pair of earrings and I love them! The size is very practical, plus they are so elegant looking as well as sturdy! The earwires are are so sturdy I have hung wrapped 30mm lily pendants from them. They add a touch of elegance to any crystal or stone you pair them with! I've already ordered some more of these earwires!"
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Review 2 for Sterling Silver Slim Earwire
Location: Charleston, WV
About me: I design and sell at home parties and craft fairs
My beading emphasis is: Stringing
Beautiful with Swarovski crystals and pearls.
Date:December 28, 2010
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Elegant & perfect earrings for that black New Year's dress.
Creation: Swarovski crystal and pearl earrings
"This is a beautiful earwire...more of a unique design than you typically see. I added a Swarovski jet cube and pearl with a daisy spacer which complimented the earwire perfectly. The silver metal is soft and easy to bend so finding an earring backing that won't cause the metal to bend as you slide it in can be tricky. Otherwise, this makes for a beautiful pair of earrings."
Pros: Price, Quality, Size, Unique, Color, Versatile, Ease of Use
"I love these ear wires. The square wire along with the unique shape make any earrings look fabulous. I use these regularly and my customers love them. They are definitely one of my favorites. AND great pricing..."
Other beading styles or techniques: Classic wire wrapped jewelry designs
"I have found that with most of the earwires using square wire as opposed to round wire, they have a problem in their uniformity. Often times I have to straighten the wire and make sure it aligns with itself and is on the same plane. But I really like the appearance of these. They aren't seen too very often--yet. Easy to use otherwise and they have a fun and somewhat elegant look."