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Bracelet Finding, Cuff, Open, 3/4" (Each)

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$3.74

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  Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
  Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.    To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
SKU:
51-752-275-0

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Description

  • Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes.
  • To remove tarnish, use brass cleaner, a polishing cloth, or fine grit (1000 - 1500) sandpaper.
  • To give a high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.
  • To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution.

See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

Details

Sold by:
each
Length:
6 inch
Color:
Raw
Theme:
Cuff
Country of Origin:
United States
Bracelet Sizing Chart:
4

Product Reviews

  • 4

    Refining the bracelet edges

    Hi Morgan, shortly after your product review we upgraded to a new website and, my apologies, it looks like we didn't answer (until now). The #4 and #2 flat files work great for refining the ends. We've added a link (and a free project) in the "Related Products" tab.

  • 4

    Good Bracelet

    I think these bracelets are a good color, and seem sturdy. The bottom edges are a bit sharp, so I am trying to figure out how to soften them.