Teardrop Bezel Necklace Settings for direct pour or filling with resin, made of solid sterling silver 925. All you need to do is fill with resin then add a silver necklace chain for your customer. Perfect for selling as a mystery piece or an add-on piece or as a stand-alone design. This will give you everything you need for a beautiful teardrop necklace for your clients.
Teardrop Bezel Necklace Settings Kits Contain
If you’d like to buy this necklace setting as a kit you’ll receive:
- 1 x teardrop necklace setting with jump ring
- (no mould)
- pair of vinyl gloves
- dust mask
- 3 cocktail sticks
- resin sparkle mix sample (random colour)
- 10g bottle of UV resin
- some sandpaper
- label backing paper
- 1x sachet Breastmilk Preservation Powder (breastmilk kit only) and these Breastmilk Preservation Powder PDF Instructions
You can also request some practice ashes here. You’ll also need to provide yourself (not included):
- an epoxy resin starter kit or a gel nail lamp
- your clients’ elements an any additional sparkles, precious metal leaf or dried flowers etc
- a curved burnisher for rubbing over the bezel cup
Follow our tutorials here to prepare your clients’ elements or buy a pack of 5 or 10 sachets of Breastmilk Preservation Powder here!
Direct Pour Making Video Tutorials
The silver in these teardrop bezel necklace settings is recycled 925 sterling silver, they are not 925 stamped, none of these settings are hallmarked (not required as they are under the UK hallmarking weight). Please see our blog on Types of Solid Silver which explains the care instructions for the silver and the metal content. They each have a small loop at the top and come with an unsoldered jump ring already attached. You can switch this out for a bail upgrade, for example a Bubble Pendant Bail.
Does not include ashes etc or chain as shown in the pictures. Perfect for direct pour because unfortunately our teardrop cabochon mould duos don’t always have a perfect fit, and it is tricky to rub over a setting like this on a cabochon stone; however you may be able to use a hybrid stone/pour technique where you glue in a stone then top up the setting with resin to give the appearance of a direct pour
This page contains affiliate links meaning that if you purchase we may earn a small commission, with no extra cost to yourself.
There are no reviews yet.