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28 Gauge Green Gun Metal
Artistic Round Wire

28 Gauge Green Gun Metal Artistic Wire

CAD$6.99/ Roll

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Item Description

28 Gauge Green Gun Metal Artistic Wire that is sold in a 40 yard roll. This wire has been discontinued and has a green gun metal color as opposed to the new brownish bronze coloring.

Artistic Wire is a copper based soft tempered wire that has an enamel coating for tarnish resistance, chipping and peeling and is able to withstand wire wrapping techniques.

28 Gauge is a thin wire measuring approx 0.32mm diameter. This wire is thread-like and can be used on fine or delicate beads or smaller projects like wrapping beads onto earwires. This gauge is also commonly used for basket weaving and lace work.

PLEASE NOTE: This wire cannot be used for electrical, welding or construction projects. It is for jewelry use only.

Item Specs:

Gunmetal Wire and Findings

Leather and Cord

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