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TierraCast Love Link

TierraCast Love Link Antique Silver 
Love Link
Antique Copper

CAD$2.40/ea

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TierraCast Love Link Antique Copper 
Love Link
Antique Copper

CAD$2.40/ea

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TierraCast Love Link Antique Gold 
Love Link
Antique Gold

CAD$2.40/ea

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Pewter Love Link with an antiqued finish designed and manufactured by TierraCast. This decorative rectangular link is cast with an open heart symbol and the word Love. The link has a hammertone texture on the face with the letters cast in darkened relief - the reverse side is blank. Each link is 40mm long x 11.5mm wide and 1.4mm thick. The link has two 2.4mm holes - one at each end. Use this link on your next romantic-themed jewelry project.

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.

Item Specs:

Free Shipping on orders over $100    All prices are in CAD$    Ships next business day

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