Step into the world of refined jewellery making with our hand picked pendant bail collection. Available in styles like pinch bails, glue-on, pearl peg, and tube bails, and crafted from materials ranging from sterling silver to 9ct and 18ct gold. These bails offer a secure and stylish way to attach pendants to necklaces, making them essential for both professional jewellers and DIY enthusiasts.

Unleash Creativity with High-Quality Bails

Our pendant bails are designed for versatility and ease of use. Whether you're creating a delicate pearl necklace or a bold statement piece, our selection caters to every style. The quality of our materials ensures durability and a polished finish to your creations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Jewellery bails are small components that allow you to attach a pendant to a chain or cord in jewellery making. They typically have a loop or hole through which the chain passes, and a mechanism to connect to the pendant, whether it be through pinching, threading or gluing

Different types of bails are used for various applications in jewellery making:

  • Pinch/Pressed Bails: These are typically soldered onto charms or custom pendants. Once attached, they allow a chain to be threaded through, enabling the piece to be worn as a necklace or bracelet.

  • Tube Bails and Snap Lock Bails: These can be directly linked to pendants, with or without jump rings, depending on the desired look. They offer versatility in terms of design and are suitable for a variety of pendant styles.

  • Pearl Bails and Glue-On Bails: Easy to use and not requiring soldering, these bails are ideal for attaching gemstones and pearls. Simply use adhesive to affix the bail to the stone or pearl, and after drying, the item is ready to be worn. These bails are perfect for projects where a quick and secure solution is needed without the intricacies of soldering.

Common types of pendant bails include:

  • Pinch Bails: These are soldered onto the pendant and often used for custom gemstones and crystals settings.

  • Glue-On Bails: Ideal for flat-backed items, these are attached with adhesive.

  • Pearl Peg Bails: These have a peg that is inserted into a drilled pearl or bead.

  • Tube Bails: Tube-shaped bails that slide over the chain and can be attached to the pendant with a jump ring or directly.