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Rusted Iron Pewter, Double Hole Pendant, Stone or Cameo Mount, Closed Back, 29 x 38mm Mount, B'sue by 1928, Made in the USA
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Rusted Iron pewter, nickel free finish, lead free pewter castings, B'sue by 1928, made in the USA, Made by the 1928 Company for our special cast pewter findings line, hand-selected by us. Handsome, weighted 29x38mm mount is the perfect thing to mount your beautiful vintage cameos and even semi precious stones.Some 40 x 30mm cameos can be trimmed to fit. Closed back with double hole pendant design. Typical 1928 signature design on the back. It has a copper base over pewter and is nickel free.
Rusted Iron is a specialty artisan finish unique to this line. It may be distressed, and patina products as well as inks will work with the deep, rich, vintage color.. Made in the USA. At this time, you can find this line ONLY at B'sue Boutiques, made for us in lead-free pewter, so finely cast, you will not believe the detail. Sold by the piece.
JUST A NOTE: Feedback on these bezels is that SOME resin and lucite cameos haven't fit....this is because many times, that sort of cameo can be untrue, a little bigger or a little smaller than size. I admit this bezel frame is a little tight. My best success has been with glass and porcelain cameos If you find your cameo isn't a perfect fit, you can jiggle it and glue to the upper side of the rim. I have also done this quite successfully! They also make a wonderful assemblage base! That's what I thought of immediately when I saw this piece and said, I MUST have this for the line!

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