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    Default Silver plated charms

    Hi

    Can anyone please give me details of any suppliers of sterling silver charms to include in my sea glass pendant designs.

    Any thoughts on Tibetan silver??

    Thanks

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    There are some here, though I fear if in contact with sea glass, the plating would quickly wear through.

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=st...s+wholesale+uk Dennis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    There are some here, though I fear if in contact with sea glass, the plating would quickly wear through.

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=st...s+wholesale+uk Dennis.

    Thank you Dennis. Yes I suppose they might, but they will look pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee_000 View Post
    Hi

    Any thoughts on Tibetan silver??
    Many. However, I suspect all would fall foul of the profanity filter...

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    You might find this helpful. I did. Dennis.

    Tibetan silver is used primarily in jewelry components, and is similar to pewter – an alloy of copper, and sometimes tin or nickel, with a small percentage of pure silver. Its overall appearance is of aged silver, but it can be polished to provide highlights on complex castings.
    Tibetan silver - Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibetan_silver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee_000 View Post
    Thank you Dennis. Yes I suppose they might, but they will look pretty
    But won't be very durable. Is that how you want your customers to think of you?
    Author: Pearls A Practical Guide
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    Quote Originally Posted by pearlescence View Post
    But won't be very durable. Is that how you want your customers to think of you?
    Good point, thank you.

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