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JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING &ROLLING MILLS


• Base: Ø72mm • Set contains one of each anvil Code


Description


F53399 D55044 D55045 D55046 D55047


Forming Anvil Set Flat Anvil


Low Dome Anvil


Medium Dome Anvil High Dome Anvil


JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING & ROLLING MILLS


UOM Price EACH £59.95


EACH £14.95 EACH £14.95 EACH £14.95 EACH £14.95


English Shape, Traditional Stake Anvil (80g) T Shape


• Made from cast iron • Smooth shine finish • With a pritchel hole planishing top face, rounded and a shoulder horns


• Made from cast iron • Polished finish • Twin horn anvil sits on a enamel finished base with two fixing screw holes giving sturdiness/non movement of anvil (screws not supplied)


• Having an anvil on a base gives a advantage of working with larger pieces your table top won’t be in the way


• With a pritchel hole planishing top face, rounded and a shoulder horns


Small and compact, hand hold it or place in mini vice (see codeV32981 for our full range) or drive it into a stump adapted to a hardy hole and bench block • Made from cast iron • Blackened coated finish • Twin horned one side rounded, other shoulder squared and with planishing top face


• Traditional shape popular • Size: 95 x 80 x 12mm • Weight: 80 grams


Code A34914 Description Stake Anvil (80g) T Shape Bench Anvil (900g)


UOM Price £2.95


EACH


• Traditional shape popular for many years • Size: 100 x 80 x 70mm • Weight: 700 grams


Code A4917 Description Horn Anvil (700g) Horn Anvil (3KG)


• Twin horn Anvil • Made for precision work this miniature machined horned anvil is case hardened steel.


• High polished finish • With a pritchel hole planishing top face, rounded and a shoulder horns


• A traditional model which has remained popular for many years.


• Size: 110 x 65 x 35mm • Weight: 500 grams


Code A0008


• Made from cast iron • Heavy Duty • Polished finish • Twin horn anvil sits on an enamel finished base with two fixing screw holes giving sturdiness/non movement of anvil (screws not supplied)


• Made from cast iron • Polished finish • Traditional single flat wide horn with rounded shoulder


• Nice size planishing face 75mm x 42mm • Size: 130 x 43 x 70mm • Weight: 900 grams


Code A34912 Description Bench Anvil (900g)


UOM Price £7.50


EACH


Hammers & Mallets


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• Having a anvil on a base gives a advantage of working with larger pieces your table top wont be in the way


• With a pritchel hole planishing top face , rounded and a shoulder horns


• Traditional shape popular for many years • Size: 190 x 115 x 40mm • Weight: 3 kg


Code A34913


Description Horn Anvil (3KG)


UOM Price £15.70


EACH Description Horn Anvil (500g) with Flat Base EACH


UOM Price £7.95


UOM Price £7.95


EACH


• Traditional shape popular for many years • Size: 110 x 55 x 25mm • Weight: 450 grams


Code A4916 Description Horn Anvil (450g) with Arch Base EACH


UOM Price £9.10


Horn Anvil (500g) with Flat Base


German Shape, Horn Horn Anvil (700g)


USA Shape, Horn


Horn Anvil (450g) with Arch Base


Bangle Making Dies Forming & Patterning Dies


Bangle Forming & Patterning Dies


• Turn an ordinary bangle into an extraordinary bangle


• Create patterns and shapes previously only possible with a hydraulic press


• Simply place your bangle between the dies and use a heavy forming/rawhide hammer


• Heavy duty steel construction • Supplied with 3 spacers to ensure the bangle is kept central


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