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Brass Stamping Blank, Half-Circle, 3/4" (Each)

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These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Raw Brass Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. However, it can be stamped, soldered, and giving the finish of your choice.To give an effortless high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them.Or, to give varying degrees of shine, from a matte finish to a mirror finish, use sandpaper or sanding sponges, and finish with an ULTRA polish pad.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent, or alcohol and a cotton ball, are all it takes to remove it. Since brass is a copper alloy, prolonged contact may discolor the skin of the wearer. Raw brass items will develop a natural patina over time unless sealed.To speed up the patina process, try applying an oxidizing solution such as Win-Ox (#86-343) or liver of sulfur. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Raw Brass Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. However, it can be stamped, soldered, and giving the finish of your choice.To give an effortless high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them.Or, to give varying degrees of shine, from a matte finish to a mirror finish, use sandpaper or sanding sponges, and finish with an ULTRA polish pad.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent, or alcohol and a cotton ball, are all it takes to remove it. Since brass is a copper alloy, prolonged contact may discolor the skin of the wearer. Raw brass items will develop a natural patina over time unless sealed.To speed up the patina process, try applying an oxidizing solution such as Win-Ox (#86-343) or liver of sulfur. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
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44-722-26-0
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$0.63

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These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. Raw Brass Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. However, it can be stamped, soldered, and giving the finish of your choice.To give an effortless high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them.Or, to give varying degrees of shine, from a matte finish to a mirror finish, use sandpaper or sanding sponges, and finish with an ULTRA polish pad.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent, or alcohol and a cotton ball, are all it takes to remove it. Since brass is a copper alloy, prolonged contact may discolor the skin of the wearer. Raw brass items will develop a natural patina over time unless sealed.To speed up the patina process, try applying an oxidizing solution such as Win-Ox (#86-343) or liver of sulfur. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
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These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.

Raw Brass

  • Raw brass is unplated, and is not as shiny as most plated finishes. However, it can be stamped, soldered, and giving the finish of your choice.
  • To give an effortless high polish to raw brass items, tumble-polish them.
    Or, to give varying degrees of shine, from a matte finish to a mirror finish, use sandpaper or sanding sponges, and finish with an ULTRA polish pad.
  • Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent, or alcohol and a cotton ball, are all it takes to remove it.
  • Since brass is a copper alloy, prolonged contact may discolor the skin of the wearer. Raw brass items will develop a natural patina over time unless sealed.
  • To speed up the patina process, try applying an oxidizing solution such as Win-Ox (#86-343) or liver of sulfur.

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

Details

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each
Color:
Raw
Size:
19x9.5mm, 24-gauge
Thickness:
24 ga (0.51mm)
Country of Origin:
United States
Shape:
Half Circle

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