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    Default Where to get these?

    Hi all!

    I've been looking for the components to make earrings similar to these (photos attached) but can't seem to find any suppliers of the semi circle finding that holds the tassel. I also don't know what it's called which has made searching quite hard! I've tried searching for fold over clasps and crimps, using words like half moon and half circle as well. I would be incredibly grateful if anyone knew where to get them or what they are called.

    Thank you!

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    Just make them yourself

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    I've seen sterling silver ones at Burhouse Beads but they were tiny and very expensive. The only advantage was they had teeth inside to grip. I would definitely try making them yourself. You could even do it without soldering if you drill a hole in the middle of a disc and fold it over. Use a loop of wire to hold the tassles.

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    They're called terminators. Is that dangerous?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    They're called terminators. Is that dangerous?
    Depends on weather your name is Sarah Conner

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