Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"
Wallet Closure 7-1/2"

Wallet Closure 7-1/2"

EBLC-307NL

Regular price $13.39
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Only 4 items in stock!

These Wallet Closures are the bars that sit on the top edges of wallets & purses. You put the back on one side and the front (with hole) on the other and pull them together to close your wallet up tight. The flip part clicks in place nicely for security.

They are prepackaged and come with 10 screws (8 are needed, 2 are extra). Each bar has protective plastic that needs to be removed during installation. (Some of the plastic is visible in the photos.) 1 Wallet Closure per package.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: These bar closures are open on each end so they can be used on wallets and bag flaps that are also wider than 7-1/2in wide. They are not closed at the ends, which would limit them on only 7-1/2in wallets, you can use them on larger sizes and also bag flaps.

These go with Companion Wallet Patterns: SBM3521 (Roxy Accordion Wallet) & SBM3460 (Rozy Slimline Wallet)

Each style of hardware is currently available in five finishes: nickel, gold, antique, gunmetal, and rose gold.

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Sallie Tomato offers the highest quality hardware. All of our purse hardware has a hanging finish with lacquer for added protection and shine!  

There are two types of plating methods for hardware: hanging and rolling. For hanging finish, each item is individually dipped and later sprayed with lacquer for a long-lasting coat.  This process is more labor intensive than rolling finish, and therefore more expensive. However, you can feel and see the difference compared to rolling finish.  Bag making can be very time consuming, so it’s important to invest in purse hardware that will last.