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Raw Brass Jewelry-Making Supplies

Shop raw brass jewelry supplies, including raw (bare) brass wire and a variety of basic jewelry findings with no plating to wear off. Wholesale price options.

Shop a wide variety of raw (unplated) brass charms, crimps, cord ends, stamping blanks, bracelets blanks for embellishing, and more. Use the CATEGORY, BRAND or THEME filters to jump right to your favorite types of jewelry supplies, or use the OTHER filter to jump to Best Sellers and Bargain Discounts.

Brass is an alloy of copper, zinc and occasionally small amounts of other metals (for improved machinability and corrosion resistance, generally for tools or other non-jewelry brass items). Our brass is typically 70% copper and 30% zinc, but may vary between 70% and 90% copper (with zinc as the remainder).

Raw brass is not as shiny as most plated finishes but can work well for matching gold plated metal. Raw brass can be made shinier by tumble-polishing with steel shot, water and burnishing compound in a tumbler. Or, to give raw brass an antiqued look, use an antiquing solution or patina. Similar to raw copper, raw brass will also develop a natural patina over time. Due to its high copper content, raw brass can even be etched, using Ferric Chloride! Click into any product's details for more information about the item.


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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.

    Brass 3/4" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $2.99
    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...
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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.   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.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt Brass Premium Blank, Oval Jewelry Tag (Each)

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    $0.40
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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.

    Brass 1/2" Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $3.06
    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...
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  • Raw Brass Blanks   These blanks require finishing, which might include annealing; decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Raw Brass Blanks   These blanks require finishing, which might include annealing; decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Blank, 32mm Round, 24-gauge (Each)

    $0.41
    Raw Brass Blanks These blanks require finishing, which might include annealing; decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil...
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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.

    Brass 1-1/2" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $4.11
    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...
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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.

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

    $3.06
    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...
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    JBB Findings Brass Pinch Bail, Prong Bail, Folded, Ornate (Each)

    JBB
    $0.88
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  • Custom money clips are great gifts for dads and grads! Customize by using ferric chloride to etch a mascot, or metal stamp the date or a favorite slogan, or solder (soft solder, brass solder, or silver solder) or glue embellishments of your choice onto this yellow brass money clip.See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Blank Brass Money Clip, 0.9x2" (Each)

    $2.30
    Custom money clips are great gifts for dads and grads! Customize by using ferric chloride to etch a mascot, or metal stamp the date or a favorite slogan, or solder (soft solder, brass solder, or silver solder) or glue embellishments of your choice onto...
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  •  Inexpensive and versatile! Most stamped charms are one-sided, lightweight, and either flat or slightly domed. Size given is height x width and includes loop (if applicable). Most loops are 0.8-1.2mm (inner diameter). To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution. Raw brass is not quite as shiny as most plated finishes. To make your raw brass items shinier, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.If desired, add a sealant or glaze.     See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.  Inexpensive and versatile! Most stamped charms are one-sided, lightweight, and either flat or slightly domed. Size given is height x width and includes loop (if applicable). Most loops are 0.8-1.2mm (inner diameter). To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution. Raw brass is not quite as shiny as most plated finishes. To make your raw brass items shinier, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.If desired, add a sealant or glaze.     See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Raw, Unplated, Brass Filigree, Cross (12 Pieces)

    $1.25
    Inexpensive and versatile! Most stamped charms are one-sided, lightweight, and either flat or slightly domed. Size given is height x width and includes loop (if applicable). Most loops are 0.8-1.2mm (inner diameter). To create an antiqued look on raw...
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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.

    Brass 2" Domed Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $5.37
    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...
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Stamping Blank, Long Bar with Hole (12 Pieces)

    $3.00
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional...
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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.

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

    $0.63
    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...
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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.   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.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    ImpressArt Brass Premium Blank, Rounded square with Hole (Each)

    JBB
    $0.90
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional...
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  •   Raw brass is unplated brass that has been formed from sheet and  wire. Grease can remain on the items from the machine during the manufacturing process.    To remove grease or tarnish, use warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots), or alcohol and a cotton ball will do the trick.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.   Raw brass is unplated brass that has been formed from sheet and  wire. Grease can remain on the items from the machine during the manufacturing process.    To remove grease or tarnish, use warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots), or alcohol and a cotton ball will do the trick.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass 1.5" Concave Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $3.94
    Raw brass is unplated brass that has been formed from sheet and wire. Grease can remain on the items from the machine during the manufacturing process. To remove grease or tarnish, use warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots), or alcohol...
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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.

    Brass 1/4" Flat Bangle Bracelet, 2-7/8" ID (Each)

    $2.69
    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...
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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.

    Brass Stamping Blank, Long Oval Drop, 41mm (Each)

    $0.71
    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...
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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.

    Brass 1/2" Flat Bangle Bracelet, 2-5/8" ID (Each)

    $4.86
    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...
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    JBB Findings Brass Pinch Bail, Prong Bail, Folded, Engraved (Each)

    JBB
    $1.40
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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.

    Brass Stamping Blank, Half-Circle, 1-1/4" (Each)

    $0.83
    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...
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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.

    Brass Stamping Blank, Half-Circle, 1-1/8" (Each)

    $0.78
    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...
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    24ga Brass Stamping Blank, Long Rounded Rectangle, 10x46mm (Each)

    $0.90
    These blanks require finishing, which might include decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making...
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    2mm Round Brass Beads (100 Pieces)

    $0.80
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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.

    Brass 2" Concave Cuff Bracelet Finding (Each)

    $5.37
    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...
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Stamping Blank, Ring, 22mm (Each)

    $0.98
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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.

    Brass 1/4" Flat Bangle Bracelet, 2-5/8" ID (Each)

    $2.86
    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...
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    Brass Sheet, 20 Gauge, 6x1" (pack)

    $12.88
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Stamping Blank, 25mm Triangle with Hole, 24-gauge (12 Pieces)

    $5.32
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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.

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

    The Beadsmith

    $5.09
    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...
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    Brass Sheet, 24 Gauge, 6x0.5" (pack)

    $4.51
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Stamping Blank, Triangle, 17x15mm (12 Pieces)

    $2.98
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    24ga Brass Stamping Blank, Bar, 32x6.5mm (Each)

    $0.65
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  • Raw Brass Blanks   These blanks require finishing, which might include annealing; decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Raw Brass Blanks   These blanks require finishing, which might include annealing; decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Blank, 25mm Round, 24-gauge (Each)

    $0.40
    Raw Brass Blanks These blanks require finishing, which might include annealing; decorating (stamping, gluing, etc.); adding holes; filing, sanding, or hammering the edges; polishing and/or antiquing.Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil...
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  • Raw Brass   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 (#86-354).        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Metal Beads, 8mm Round w 2.5mm Hole, Bulk (100 Pieces)

    $10.71
    Raw Brass 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...
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    Brass Sheet, Pebble Pattern (Each)

    $5.28
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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.

    Bracelet Finding, Cuff, Open, 1/2" (Each)

    $7.82
    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...
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  • HINT              When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes them easier to close neatly.       Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).          See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. HINT              When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes them easier to close neatly.       Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).          See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Raw Brass Jump Ring, Round, 6mm (Pack)

    $3.88
    HINT When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes them easier to close neatly. Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent...
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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.

    Brass 1/8" Hammered Bangle Bracelet, 2-7/8" ID (Each)

    $3.23
    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...
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Blank, Artsy Heart (Each)

    $0.70
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Stamping Blank, Rectangle with Loop, 28x12mm (Each)

    $0.95
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    24ga Brass Stamping Blank, Mason Jar, 27x17mm (Each)

    $0.72
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  • These eyelets and the Crafted Findings riveting tools are designed to be used together. Crafted Findings tools are excellent, and can help you quickly achieve a clean look and very secure join in your riveted multi-layer metal jewelry or small mixed media projects.These eyelets can also be used without Crafted Findings' tools, with just a jewelry-sized ball pein or riveting hammer, and a few common tools. These eyelets are already cut to length, so they save you a lot of time over making your own eyelets from tubing. Not sure how to set eyelets, or which rivets and eyelets are best for your purposes? See Riveting 101 -- It explains just about everything you need to know, so you can get started making riveted metal or leather jewelry, or other small riveted artworks. What Length Eyelets to Order: The ideal Crafted Findings eyelet length is approximately 1.5mm (about 1/16") longer than the total thickness of the pieces you are riveting. If in doubt (textured metal, imprecise measurements, etc.), it's safest to use an eyelet that is a bit too long. Eyelet assortments are a great way to get started, then follow up by ordering specific lengths as needed. See the Crafted Findings Riveting Size Chart for size guidelines in both millimeters and inches. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Crafted Findings Brass Eyelet, 3/32" Dia x 3/32" Long (fifty)

    Crafted Findings
    $3.00
    These eyelets and the Crafted Findings riveting tools are designed to be used together. Crafted Findings tools are excellent, and can help you quickly achieve a clean look and very secure join in your riveted multi-layer metal jewelry or small mixed...
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  • Custom money clips are great gifts for dads and grads! Customize by using ferric chloride to etch a mascot, or metal stamp the date or a favorite slogan, or solder (soft solder, brass solder, or silver solder) or glue items of your choice onto this yellow brass money clip.See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Blank Brass Money Clip, 1.1x1.7" (Each)

    $2.16
    Custom money clips are great gifts for dads and grads! Customize by using ferric chloride to etch a mascot, or metal stamp the date or a favorite slogan, or solder (soft solder, brass solder, or silver solder) or glue items of your choice onto this...
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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.

    Brass 1/2" Flat Bangle Bracelet, 2-7/8" ID (Each)

    $5.58
    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...
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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. 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. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Blank, Triangle, 11x10mm (12 Pieces)

    $1.99
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    Metal Tubing, Brass, 3/32", 2.38mm, Diameter (Each)

    $2.04
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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 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 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.

    25mm Round Brass Disk, 1 Side Scored (12 Pieces)

    $3.35
    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 items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and...
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    Amate Studios Brass Bezel, Lipped Pendant, Square, 33mm (Each)

    Amate Studios
    $8.12
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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.

    Brass 1/8" Hammered Bangle Bracelet, 2-5/8" ID (Each)

    $2.89
    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...
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  •  Inexpensive and fun! Most stamped charms are one-sided, thin, and either flat or slightly domed. Size given is height x width and includes loop. Most loops are 0.8-1.2mm (inner diameter). Raw brass is unplated, plain brass that has been stamped out from a brass sheet on a punch press. Items are "rinsed" in a sheet of dry sawdust to remove grease left behind from the press. Raw brass charms sometimes have a thin coat of oil, so be sure to wash them before gluing. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) or alcohol and a cotton ball will do the trick. To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution. Raw brass is not quite as shiny as most plated finishes. To make your raw brass items shinier, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.  Inexpensive and fun! Most stamped charms are one-sided, thin, and either flat or slightly domed. Size given is height x width and includes loop. Most loops are 0.8-1.2mm (inner diameter). Raw brass is unplated, plain brass that has been stamped out from a brass sheet on a punch press. Items are "rinsed" in a sheet of dry sawdust to remove grease left behind from the press. Raw brass charms sometimes have a thin coat of oil, so be sure to wash them before gluing. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) or alcohol and a cotton ball will do the trick. To create an antiqued look on raw brass, apply an oxidizing solution. Raw brass is not quite as shiny as most plated finishes. To make your raw brass items shinier, tumble-polish them with steel shot, water and a burnishing compound in a rock tumbler.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Brass Charm, Dragonfly, 16x13mm (12 Pieces)

    $4.04
    Inexpensive and fun! Most stamped charms are one-sided, thin, and either flat or slightly domed. Size given is height x width and includes loop. Most loops are 0.8-1.2mm (inner diameter). Raw brass is unplated, plain brass that has been stamped out from...
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  • Metal jewelry blanks require finishing, which many include filing, stamping, polishing, antiquing, etc.See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Brass Sheet, 20 Gauge, 6x2", Excellent for Cuff Bracelets (pack)

    $24.82
    Metal jewelry blanks require finishing, which many include filing, stamping, polishing, antiquing, etc.See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us...
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  • HINT              When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes them easier to close neatly.       Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).          See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. HINT              When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes them easier to close neatly.       Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent (dry to avoid water spots) 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 (#86-354).          See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Raw Brass Jump Ring, Oval, 3x4mm (Pack)

    $6.29
    HINT When you open and close jump rings, twist ends instead of "ovaling" them. This keeps their round shape better, which makes them easier to close neatly. Raw brass items sometimes have a thin coat of oil. Warm water and detergent...
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