Sterling Silver Wave Caps Glass Ball Vials Pendants/celtic/small/miniature/bottles/ornaments/globes/silver/tops/waves/cremation jewelry)

Sold by cricketseeker
$8.95
+ $3.50 shipping
$8.95
+ $3.50 shipping
In stock
Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from the United States
Returns and exchanges accepted
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Item details

An old favorite, now in sterling silver (with the hanging loop built in!) Just fill the glass ball and glue the cap on. I can include a semi-clear silicone stopper if you'd like. Please note if you would like them at checkout.

I also carry sets with this cap in an alloy.

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"Great product."

"Excellent!"

"Perfect."

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A note about quantity: "Quantity" x "How many" is the number you will receive.

If you need extra eye pins for practice just note that at checkout. I'll be glad to include some.

These would be very cute on a miniature Christmas tree. Snow globes? You could run the eye pin through it and glue it all together well. (Please let me know at checkout if you want me to include silicone stoppers.

Size options (of the glass ball -- cap size is the same):

16mm
20mm
25mm


FAQs

Quality. I pull product that is flawed in any way. I get a lot of that from my own suppliers and I don't pass that along to you. Some of the things I order I can't use 50% of it as the tops aren't level and the cap would tilt or the hanging loop is way off on the side. I spend about 14 hours a week sorting product. I pulled out all the stops this year to find the best product possible, my prices are competitive, I offer a quantity option on most items ~and~ you now pay one flat shipping fee if you're outside the U.S.!

Integrity. I'm careful about who I buy from and even the agents I employ. When you buy from me you not only help me pay the bills every month you're supporting some really wonderful -- positive, generous, honest and hard-working -- people who helped me through this year of transition and kept this shop on the map. I didn't really get the marketing gene so it's hard for me to sell myself but I received a message from a friend this week after a rough couple of days and she said, "Jen, you were born accountable." I consider that to be pretty much the best compliment ever.

I'm currently overhauling my pricing in order to cut back every possible penny. I am definitely open to doing my best to price match, especially with larger orders....I've never been one to check out "the competition". I just do the best I can and ask what I must. But yes, it's ok to ask. :)

I'd love to know about the products you would like to see me carry. I'm always happy to try to find what you need -- long term or just a one-time order.

I ship only via USPS except in special cases.

Yes. Absolutely. And I'll make up for any errors or delays any way I can.

I try to send a day or two after your order is placed. If your order is time-sensitive please message me (or leave a message at checkout (or both) and let me know. I'll make every effort to send your order right away no matter what's going on. I wear every hat in the business and work pretty much every day of the year. If you don't hear from me it likely just means I'm knee-deep in something else that needs doing. I also have no way of bulk-messaging buyers. If you need to get my attention quickly, place "ASAP" at the front of your message and this will show up on my phone and I'll drop what I'm doing and get right back to you.

It's just me. :) Even when things are running smoothly I work two shifts a day During the day I send orders out; at night I order and sort product and respond to e-mail. If you haven't heard from me I'm either sick, or completely deluged. (Update: I am no longer working weekends and holidays. Actually I am still working but need that time to focus on ordering and prepping product.) This is a train that never stops. I give it my all, every day, but yes -- sometimes I fail spectacularly. If I do I will do anything in my power to make it up to you. I care about strangers as much as I do my own family but I'm wearing every hat and given current economic conditions it is not an option to hire anyone.

The quantity option is part of the Etsy template. In order to offer a variety of quantity option I had to add the the "how many" pull-down menu. The easiest way to figure out how many you've ordered it to multiply the "quantity" x "how many". This way you can order 2, 5 or 10 (times a quantity of 1)...or 2 sets of 2 (if you only need four).

Any good craft glue should work. Superglue is not a great choice as it may cloud the glass. Some people like E6000 but my personal favorite is Duco Cement (green tube on a green and yellow cardboard backing -- you can find it at many hardware stores or here on Etsy). It has a smoother consistency than E6000 and dries enough to work with in about 10 minutes...and it's really strong once it's had a chance to dry completely. For the best possible bond you can clean the components with rubbing alcohol. You can also set the vials upright in rice (or something similar) to dry. This is helpful when capping vials that have a round bottom.

Quality. I pull product that is flawed in any way. I get a lot of that from my own suppliers and I don't pass that along to you. Some of the things I order I can't use 50% of it as the tops aren't level and the cap would tilt or the hanging loop is way off on the side. I spend about 14 hours a week sorting product. I pulled out all the stops this year to find the best product possible, my prices are competitive, I offer a quantity option on most items ~and~ you now pay one flat shipping fee if you're outside the U.S.!

Integrity. I'm careful about who I buy from and even the agents I employ. When you buy from me you not only help me pay the bills every month you're supporting some really wonderful -- positive, generous, honest and hard-working -- people who helped me through this year of transition and kept this shop on the map. I didn't really get the marketing gene so it's hard for me to sell myself but I received a message from a friend this week after a rough couple of days and she said, "Jen, you were born accountable." I consider that to be pretty much the best compliment ever.

I'm currently overhauling my pricing in order to cut back every possible penny. I am definitely open to doing my best to price match, especially with larger orders....I've never been one to check out "the competition". I just do the best I can and ask what I must. But yes, it's ok to ask. :)

I'd love to know about the products you would like to see me carry. I'm always happy to try to find what you need -- long term or just a one-time order.

I ship only via USPS except in special cases.

Yes. Absolutely. And I'll make up for any errors or delays any way I can.

I try to send a day or two after your order is placed. If your order is time-sensitive please message me (or leave a message at checkout (or both) and let me know. I'll make every effort to send your order right away no matter what's going on. I wear every hat in the business and work pretty much every day of the year. If you don't hear from me it likely just means I'm knee-deep in something else that needs doing. I also have no way of bulk-messaging buyers. If you need to get my attention quickly, place "ASAP" at the front of your message and this will show up on my phone and I'll drop what I'm doing and get right back to you.

It's just me. :) Even when things are running smoothly I work two shifts a day During the day I send orders out; at night I order and sort product and respond to e-mail. If you haven't heard from me I'm either sick, or completely deluged. (Update: I am no longer working weekends and holidays. Actually I am still working but need that time to focus on ordering and prepping product.) This is a train that never stops. I give it my all, every day, but yes -- sometimes I fail spectacularly. If I do I will do anything in my power to make it up to you. I care about strangers as much as I do my own family but I'm wearing every hat and given current economic conditions it is not an option to hire anyone.

The quantity option is part of the Etsy template. In order to offer a variety of quantity option I had to add the the "how many" pull-down menu. The easiest way to figure out how many you've ordered it to multiply the "quantity" x "how many". This way you can order 2, 5 or 10 (times a quantity of 1)...or 2 sets of 2 (if you only need four).

Any good craft glue should work. Superglue is not a great choice as it may cloud the glass. Some people like E6000 but my personal favorite is Duco Cement (green tube on a green and yellow cardboard backing -- you can find it at many hardware stores or here on Etsy). It has a smoother consistency than E6000 and dries enough to work with in about 10 minutes...and it's really strong once it's had a chance to dry completely. For the best possible bond you can clean the components with rubbing alcohol. You can also set the vials upright in rice (or something similar) to dry. This is helpful when capping vials that have a round bottom.


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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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