Clear plastic hooks are often seen in Jewelry because they form part of a neutral background that does not compete with the product. But here is one of the weaknesses of plastic as a hook material. What else could be used? It is possible for sensitive and creative merchandisers to fixture jewelry with hardware that is not invisible and a significant amount stronger.

For other examples of plastic fixture failure SEE…
”Plastic Corrugated Hook Failure in POP
Rare Hook Lug Failure
Plastic Grid Hooks Fail
Hook has Two Monkey Load Limit
Plastic T-Hook on a Tilt
Plastic Hooks Beyond Limits” and
Label Strip Old Before Its Time

SEACH “Failed” for all other non-plastic examples
of physical fixture failure.

For Plastic Hooks in Jewelry Display SEE…
Slide-in Straight-Entry Self-Adhesive Plastic Hook
Plastic Hook Backplate Kaizen for Jewelry
Re-thinking Plastic Hook Design for Slot
Designer Plastic Anti-Sweep Hook for Jewelry
Diving Board Effect in Plastic Jewelry Hooks
Plastic Jewelry Grid Hooks Fail
Rectilinear Polygon Jewelry Hook
No-See-Em Clear Plastic Hook for Jewelry
Neck-like Necklace Hook