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Linsoir Beads 200pcs Sturdy Metal Tiny Screw Eyes Pin Bail Peg R

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Linsoir Beads 200pcs Sturdy Metal Tiny Screw Eyes Pin Bail Peg R

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Product description

Color:Rhodium 5X12

Linsoir Beads
Linsoir Beads is our register brand.We are a professional jewerly accessory and finding manufacturer and have been in this field from 2002.There are lots of products ranges such as string,tassel,bead,jump ring and so on.Our misson is to supply high quality goods and best service to all the customers.
This eye screw is made in metal,four colors are available.Perfect for Pendant Making.
Our advantages
1.have more than 7000 SKU of jewelry findings.
2.Most of our goods are shipped by FBA,so do not worry about the delivery time.
3. We promise 14 days return for any reason.
when you view our product pages and have questions about it,please feel free to contact us.

Linsoir Beads 200pcs Sturdy Metal Tiny Screw Eyes Pin Bail Peg R

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