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Fine Silver Bezel Wire, Plain, 28ga, Dead Soft, 3/16" (troy ounce)

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$45.00

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64-575

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Sold by:
troy ounce
Size:
28-gauge x 3/16
Theme:
Dead Soft
Additional Info:
6.83ft/ozt
Thickness:
28 ga (0.32mm)
Country of Origin:
United States
Shape:
Bezel/ Flat

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