Fireworks Tweezer Set

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  • A studio must have - endless possibilities in multiple crafts
  • Flameworking: use to set millefiori, hold hot glass and create stringers
  • Fusing and mosaics: Use to set mille and small intricate pieces in place for detailed work
  • Jewelry and stained glass: Use with rubber tips to grip and shape wire
  • Set of three includes 5-1/2", 7-1/4" and 10" lengths


Product Description

These versatile tweezers are a must have for any studio!
Tweezers are very important tools for many glass applications. Use with wire tips for a secure grip on warm glass or for wire wrapping. Remove the rubber tips and use the tweezers to set millefiori, beads, nuggets into your creations, work with stringer and much more.

With the three different sizes you are able to shape wire, pick up beads and do more detailed work than you can do by hand.

Set includes 5-1/2", 7-1/4" and 10" tweezers.

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Product Details

  • Package Dimensions: 3.75 in W x 12.50 in H
  • Weight: 6.08 ounces
  • UPC: 79436601707-8

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Pros : The rubber tips can be removed but do not just come off on their own this is great for more confined places. The different sizes make them great for fuzing with all size pieces of glass.
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Other Thoughts : They were just what I was looking for and work excellent.
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