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Gentlemen,

I have a small number of bracelets that I would like to change the clasp buckle own, but am not able to remove them.

Thus the question: is the bar that connects the clasp buckle to the clasp blade supposed to be a short bead, flangeless springbar or is it solid? On the clasps in question I can try as hard as I want, the bars do not allow the ends to be pushed in, and thus I cannot take the clasp apart...

Attached is a picture of the bar in question ;-)

TIA!
Hermann
 

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Solid pin, so you have to spread the clasp apart to release it. You can go back with a springbar once it's apart, if you like.
 
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