This sterling silver cone end cap has been cast into the shape of a chess pawn with an open patterned “skirt”. Cone end caps can be used to house bead ends, knots, thick chain or cord endings. Most often used to connect multi-strands to a single clasp. They can also sometimes be used as a bead cap. Cone end caps are placed over your beads or strands to draw attention by creating a unique style for your beaded jewelry designs. It can help individualize your designs when using plain beads, covering large bead holes, preventing headpin slippage, or hiding damaged or imperfect holes of some beads. When used in conjunction with a headpin, it adds a decorative, professional finish to your jewelry designs.
There are no rules to matching a bead cap. Experiment with a variety of styles to achieve the look you desire for your design. The size of the bead cap depends on how much of the beads or strands you want to cover.
This cone end cap has an outside diameter of 7mm, a length of 7mm, a hole diameter of 2.1mm, and weighs 0.69 gram.