Toggle Clasps

Discover the charm and versatility of our sterling silver toggle clasps collection, available in a range of styles. Perfect for adding a unique and elegant closure to your jewellery creations, these clasps are not only functional but also serve as a decorative element. Ideal for bracelets, necklaces, and more, our toggle clasps cater to diverse design preferences.

Premium T Bar Toggle Clasps

Our selection of sterling silver toggle clasps offers both aesthetic appeal and practicality. Whether you're looking for a simple and classic design or something more intricate, our clasps enhance the beauty of any jewellery piece. Their ease of use makes them a favourite among jewellers and DIY enthusiasts.

Frequently Asked Questions

A toggle clasp is a two-piece fastening mechanism commonly used in jewellery.

It consists of a ring on one end and a T-shaped bar on the other. To fasten the jewellery, the bar is slipped through the ring, then sits across it, securing the clasp. Toggle clasps are known for their ease of use and decorative appearance, making them a popular choice for a variety of jewellery styles.

Toggle clasps are generally secure, especially when properly sized for the jewellery piece.

The security of the clasp depends on the size of the bar relative to the ring; the bar should be long enough to not slip out of the ring during movement. While they provide a good level of security, they might be less suitable for very heavy or valuable items compared to more locking-type clasps.

To attach a toggle clasp to your jewellery:

  • Prepare the Ends: Ensure that each end of your jewellery piece has a loop or jump ring to attach the clasp components.

  • Attach the Ring: Open a jump ring and thread it through the loop on one end of your jewellery (chain, cord end cap, etc.) and through the small jump ring that is part of the toggle clasp. Close the jump ring securely.

  • Attach the Bar: Repeat the process on the other end of the jewellery, attaching the bar part of the toggle clasp with another jump ring.

  • Ensure Security: Make sure the jump rings are closed tightly to secure the clasp.