Industrial Chic™ Clamps in Unity Necklace

Clamps in Unity Necklace

Clamps in Unity Necklace

Artists and crafters unite to create an edgy jewelry art piece. Designed byMary Feliciano for Horizon Group USA.

For the purpose of the following instructions: all clasps are referenced to have two parts: “clamp-end” and “tail-end.”


  • Lobster Clasp Chain: Create a series of links by attaching the following lobster clasps onto each other as indicated either by tail-end to tail-end (TAIL) with one jump ring; or clamp end to clamp end (CLAMP) by opening and closing the clamps:
  • Medium copper lobster (TAIL) to large silver lobster (CLAMP)
  • Large copper lobster (TAIL) to large silver lobster (CLAMP)
  • Large copper lobster (TAIL) to medium silver lobster (TAIL).


  • Spring Clasp Chain: Create a second series of links directly below your “lobster clasp chain” by connecting thirteen spring clasps to the clamp and tail ends of your large lobster clasps.
  • Tip: Start from the middle-most area of the lobster clasp chain base.
  • Prepare the charms by connecting one enameled ring per charm with one jump ring.
  • Connect the thirteen charms that you prepared from Step 3 to the thirteen hanging spring clasps from Step 2.
  • Tip: for balance in your design connect Charm (A) to the left end, Charm (G) to the middle and Charm (M) to the right end of the necklace.
  • Take your Silver chain and cut three pieces that are each 10 inches in length.
  • Take your first 10-inch silver chain and insert one end of the chain through one end of the lobster chain base and one end on a large jump ring. Repeat this until you have used up all three chains.
  • Your necklace is now complete.

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