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Bead Knife Spreader by Aanraku Studios

$5.95 USD
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Item# 63984
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Product Description

Display your favorite beads on elegant serving utensils. Quality stainless steel construction fits beads made on 1/8" mandrels. Measures 4-1/4" long overall, 1-1/2" mandrel.

Knife Spreader is pictured below finished and unfinished. Create the set and make a hostess gift that will always be remembered. Beads not included.

Beads created by Artist Sharon Peters.

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  •   bead spreader knife
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Pros : served the purpose of having a decorative cheese spreading knife for my cheese plates.
Cons : overall quality not as good as i expected.
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Pros : These little spreaders are well made and of great quality. Lots of WOW-Power when beads are added.
Cons : A little expensive -- wish they were a little more affordable -- would buy more for gifts, etc.
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