Clasps are easy to replace, no matter what material the jewelry is made out of. I recommend you take the piece in quesiton to a local jeweler and have him attach a new clasp to your jewelry. He will probably be able to solder a new clasp into place.
Any local jewelry store should be able to fix the clasp. firstname.lastname@example.org
have you tried looking on the pin stem or clasp
The numbers on a silver jewelry clasp are used to measure the precious metal content of the piece. For examples if the numbers on a clasp read 999 then the piece consists of 99 percent silver, and 1 percent other metal. If the letters on the clasp read STER, then the piece is sterling silver usually 92.5 percent 7.5 percent other metals.
PAT P stamped on the clasp of a piece of jewelry means patent pending. It simply means that the jewelry designer has a copyright on the design of the jewelry.
it's a vintage jewelry brand
Gold filled from what I am reading!!
There is a company in California which is called Radium Jewelry. This may be the source of the stamp you see.
Yes they did. Many finely made bronze and silver pieces have been found, with the main jewelry piece being a kind of clasp to hold a cloak closed.
Are you looking for an antique pearl necklace with a gold clasp? Here is a great website for what you are looking for: http://www.pearlnecklacesource.com/. They have a big selection of pearl necklaces, rings and earrings.
gold bracelet makrd RW on clasp inside a diemond shap
bought 14k necklace hollowfilled necklace has marked 888 on clasp end what does this mean?