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Replacement for the folding clasp

I lost the folding clasp of the bracelet. Where can I order it from

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Go to this link and identify your closest retailer. http://www.julesjurgensen.com/Retailer.asp They should stock many items and be able to get all others if still in stock. If not then most jewelers could make one up, perhaps as good as the original, but i would expect it to be quite pricey. Hope this helps :)

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