I am a guitarist and I want to make a necklace to decoratively display a guitar pick made of stone.
My dilemma is accomplishing this while at the same time being able to easily remove the pick from the necklace quickly so I can use the pick to play guitar. I'd prefer playing with nothing attached to the pick when it is off the necklace because even a small clasp or attachment would interfere with holding the pick while playing guitar. I also want a reliable attachment since it will be holding a $35 agate pick.
This photo I found online shows me proof that it can be done with a clasp of some sort but I am not sure how easy it is to get that pick on/off or how reliable that clasp is. Anyone have an idea of the size and type of clasp in the photo?
The stone pick I am looking at for this project is smaller than in the picture but much thicker at about 2-3mm thick and has a 1.5mm hole drilled approximately 2mm from the edge of the stone (hope this helps) Maybe a lobster clasp or trigger clasp is not the best idea for what I want to do here? Infinity clasp? Or maybe a clasp is not the answer? Any advice on how to accomplish what I want to do would be greatly appreciated!
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