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Winsor And Newton Sceptre Gold Ii Short Handled Brushes 1/4" One Stroke 606 (11155)

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Item #: 901-1719268ASN
  Model #: 11155
Brand: Winsor & Newton
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Winsor And Newton Sceptre Gold Ii Short Handled Brushes 1/4 One Stroke 606 (11155)
$16.99 Each
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All Sceptre Gold II brushes are made from a mix of pure sable and synthetic fibers, giving performance that-s close to sable at a price closer to synthetic. They feature seamless gold plated nickel ferrules and vibrant terracotta stained handles. All Sceptre Gold II brushes are made from a mix of pure sable and synthetic fibers, giving performance that-s close to sable at a price closer to synthetic. They feature seamless gold plated nickel ferrules and vibrant terracotta stained handles. These brushes are suitable for use with watercolor, fluid oil, acrylic and Griffin Alkyd Fast Drying Oil colors.
  • Made from a mix of pure sable and synthetic fibers
  • Performance thats close to sable at a price closer to synthetic
  • Feature seamless gold plated nickel ferrules and vibrant terracotta stained handles
  • Suitable for use with watercolor, fluid oil, acrylic and Griffin Alkyd Fast Drying Oil colors
  • size: 1/4 in.
  • shape: one stroke
  • series number: 606
  • Performance that's close to sable at a price closer to synthetic
Specifications
True Color : Red Series or Collection : 606 Series Handle Size : Short Handle Length in Inches : 0.25
Brush Bristle Shape : One Stroke Paint Brush Style : Flat Paint Brushes Type : Flat Brush Pack Qty : 1
Weight : 0.39 lbs. per Each Brand : Winsor & Newton Customizable : No
Weight : 0.39 lbs. per Each
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