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18mm Metal Head Pins Silver - Silver
Available in a pack of 100 Pcs.
Rs. 45.00
Brass Ball Silver Plated Head pins 70x0.6mm
Brass Ball Head pins, Silver Color Plated Size 70x0.6mm, 23 Gauge, Head: 1. 5mm Material Brass Metal Color Silver Usage Ball Head Pins
Rs. 155.00
22mm Metal Head Pins Silver - Silver
Available in a pack of 100 and 1000 Pcs.
Rs. 45.00
1.5 Inch Metal Head Pins SIlver - Silver
Available in a pack of 100 and 1000 Pcs.
Rs. 50.00
615 Pcs, 0.50 Inch German Silver Head Pins Silver - Silver
Available in a pack of Approx 615 Pcs. Size : 0.50 InchesColor : SilverMaterial : German SilverPack Of : 615 Pcs
Rs. 150.00
500 Pcs, 0.5 Inch Brass Head Pins Silver - Silver
Available in a pack of 500 Pcs. Size : 0.5 InchesColor : SilverMaterial : BrassPack Of : 500 Pcs
Rs. 120.00
1 Inch Metal Head Pins Golden - Golden
Available in a pack of 100 and 1000 Pcs.
Rs. 45.00
1.5 inch Head Pins Golden - Golden
Available in a pack of 100 and 1000 Pcs.
Rs. 45.00
100 Pcs, 2.5 Inch Brass Head Pins Silver For Jewellery Making - Silver
Available in a pack of 100 Pcs. Size: 2.5 InchColor: SilverMaterial: BrassPack Of: 100 Pcs
Rs. 85.00

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A head pin is a type of jewelry findings used to create dangles or add beads to a design. Head pins come in a variety of sizes and can be made from different materials, such as metal, glass, or plastic.

Head pins are commonly used to create dangles in jewelry. To use a head pin, thread on your beads and then make a loop at the end of the pin. You can then use pliers to twist the end of the pin around the loop to secure it.

The size of head pins you need will depend on the project you are working on. However, most craft and jewellery projects will require head pins that are between 18 and 24 gauge in thickness.

To attach a head pin to a bead, thread the bead onto the head pin, and then use pliers to bend the end of the head pin around the bead to secure it in place.