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    Default How to open clasp on anklet from India

    @Rose&Aurelia&Hannah and anyone else who may know.

    My daughter has been given an anklet as a present from someone who has recently come back from India. We have no idea how to open the clasp.

    Can anyone give us some pointers?

    The clasp is like the one pictured here:


    Last edited by SSecret Squirrel; 16-04-2016 at 16:30.

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    No idea but they are gorgeous.

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    Do you have a photo that is more close up of the clasp?

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    Does the part with a ball on the end unscrew?

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