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TierraCast Tribuckle

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TierraCast Tribuckle Antique Pewter 
Antique Pewter


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Pewter Tribuckle with an antiqued finish designed and manufactured by TierraCast. Each buckle is 28mm diameter (OD) x 2mm (Thk). Three cut-out sections are used to allow leather strapping, suede cord, or ribbon through to create a buckle end. There is a raised rib on the front to lock the strap in place. These tribuckles are great for multi-wrapped bracelet designs using leather straps.

TierraCast is a USA based company that specializes in quality pewter cast components for the jewelry making industry. The TierraCast product line provides affordable, quality components that compliment a wide range of jewelry and beadwork.

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Want more than one? A 15% discount for each item is offered when more than one unit is purchased. Discount is automatically applied to the second and more items. Quantities can be adjusted in cart. All our prices are in USD$.

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