Jeweler's Brass 6" x 12" Sheet, 20-Ga., Dead Soft

Quantity (EA) Price
1 - 2 $11.25
3 - 5 $10.55
6 - 11 $9.90
12 - 35 $9.45

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm (www.P65warnings.ca.gov).

Description

This dead-soft 20-gauge jeweler’s brass sheet offers the benefit of having this popular and affordable fabrication metal on hand when you need it; custom-cut it to the exact size and shape your design requires. Due to the capabilities of the mills that produce it, each sheet may have minor scratches or blemishes.

Dead soft brass sheet is easy to bend, shape and hammer; it is an ideal starting point for forming, shaping and wire-wrapping. Keep in mind that hardness is changeable (by annealing or heat-hardening) and is relative among metal types (each temper will feel and handle differently from one metal to another). When finishing your pieces, also keep in mind that the harder the metal is, the brighter a finish it will take.

Sold in 6 x 12" sheets.

Jeweler's brass is a great choice when you want a color as close as possible to 14K yellow gold at a base-metal price point. Also known as red brass, NuGold, Merlin's gold and jeweler’s bronze, this material fires well with BRONZclay™ and with bronze sheet, wire and findings, offering you a wider range of design options.

CDA #230 alloy (85% copper/15% zinc).


Specifications:
  • Country of origin : United States
  • Metal type : Brass
  • Hardness : Dead soft
  • Gauge/thickness : 20 ga.
  • Form : Sheet
  • Dimensions : .032" (0.81mm)
  • Metal color : Yellow
Additional Specifications:
  • Lbs./sheet: 0.73 lbs.


Please Note:

• We strive to measure quantities ordered as closely as possible; however, due to manufacturing tolerances at the mill, please allow for a ±10% variance when ordering.
• It is normal for a standard mill finish to create/leave behind some minor scratches or blemishes that require additional finishing and/or design consideration.


Catalog page: 2019-2020 Gems and Findings & Display and Packaging Catalog p.61