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Cookson Precious Metals Ltd,
59-83 Vittoria Street,
Company Registration No. 2775187 (England)
VAT Registration No. GB662 8580 08
Visit www.cookson-ecogold.com to find out more about Ecogold.
Product Code: 999 I240
£6.50 exc. VAT
£7.80 inc. VAT
Prices for precious metal products are an estimate only and can vary slightly depending upon the metal price, the actual weight and the cutting tolerances which we are able to achieve.
This Omega Greek Letter design ImpressArt metal stamp is perfect for Greek letters themed jewellery designs! ImpressArt metal stamps have been developed to offer designers a huge range of options for creating their own, custom stamped jewellery, metalwork and craft projects. Developed by artists, for artists, these high quality stamps by ImpressArt ensure that your designs make the perfect first impression. This Omega Greek Letter design metal stamp is made from precision cut, hardened steel, and is perfect for use on soft metals such as silver, gold, copper, brass, pewter and aluminium. It can also be used on mixed media such as clays, leather, card, wax, wood, glass and some fabrics. The Omega Greek Letter design of this stamp measures a total of 6mm. To use this ImpressArt metal stamp, place your metal on a steel bench block or anvil. Strike stamp with an appropriate hammer such as a brass mallet (997 3134, 997 3135) to create the stamped design. The striking force will determine the depth of the stamped design. For a bold contrasting outline to your design, rub over the stamped design with permanent marker or acrylic paint, before removing the excess ink with a cloth or paper towel.
|Postage Weight:||49.000 gm|
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