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Join King Ice and Yanira Pache for this edition of the official King Ice Instructional series. Learn how to open and close each clasp offered by King Ice in ...
First, carefully lay down the bracelet flat on the table or on your thigh (across it). And orient your bracelet to have... Lay your wrist on your bracelet The lift and bracelet’s eye-end, draping it across the wrist. Next, unclasp the lobster clasp with the help of your free hand. Opting for the ...
Grip one end of the circle clasp and pull up gently. It should come unattached, leaving the other end still attached to the post. If it won't budge, gently place one finger underneath and lift up, applying direct pressure on one end of the clasp. Undo the main clasp and slide the bracelet off.
Our tennis bracelets have an extra safety lock, to make they stay on your wrist at all times. Here's how you open and close them properly.
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How to Lock & Unlock a Box Clasp on Bracelets, Chains & Necklaces - WJD Exclusives
Step 1. Open the invisible double-locking security clasp by grasping the area where the ends of the bracelet are joined together. Pull upward and away from your wrist on the top part of the bracelet chain, but not the thin piece directly behind it. If your bracelet has the buckle safety clasp, see the next step.
Box clasps are commonly used for elegant pieces, such as diamond tennis bracelets. The clasp is made out of two parts; a small, flat piece, and a hollow box. The piece fits into the box part, and an additional little latch on the outside is clipped over the opening in order to make sure the jewelry is secure.