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JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING &ROLLINGMILLS


SANDBAGS & PITCH BOWLS


Pitch Bowls & Pitch Bowl Bases


A pitch bowl is used to support work and hold it absolutely firm for chasing. A pitch bowl is made of cast iron and rests on a rubber ring pad. We have two sizes available in stock which would cover most sizes of jewellery work.


• Cast iron • Ø125 & Ø190mm • Bases also avalable


To use: • Fill the bowel with scrap iron or cement, leaving 3cm of room on top. Then top up the last 3cm with pitch mixture


• To make the correct pitch consistency, mix two parts of pitch with one part of plaster of Paris powder and add a thimble-size knob of tallow


Weights:


E31907: 1.5Kg E31908: 2.5Kg E31909: 800g E31910: 400g


Ø125mm (5”) Deep Pitch Bowl


• Inner diameter approx Ø170mm (6.5”) • 65mm deep • Base required, iterm code: E31910 • Cast iron


Code E31908 Description UOM Ø190mm (7.5”) Deep Pitch Bowl EACH


Ø190mm (7.5”) Rubber Pad for Pitch Bowl


Price £13.95 Code S39043 Description 150 x 150mm Sandbag


UOM EACH


Price £6.95


JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING & ROLLING MILLS Ø190mm (7.5”) Deep Pitch Bowl


Sandbags, Square 150 x 150mm Sandbag


MEASURING & ADJUSTING


ADJUSTING BANGLES & BRACELETS


• For Pitch Bowl item: E31908 • Overal Diameter Ø200mm • 27mm Deep • Inner Step Diameters: 140mm & 115mm


Code E31910 Description


Ø190mm (7.5”) Rubber Pad for Pitch Bowl


Sandbags, Round UOM EACH Price £6.95 Stretcher (Bangles) - Indian


JEWELLERY


• Inner diameter approx Ø100mm (4”) • 60mm deep • Base required, iterm code: E31909 • Cast iron


Code E31907 Description Ø125mm (5”) Deep Pitch Bowl


UOM EACH


Price £9.95


Ø125mm (5”) Rubber Pad for Pitch Bowl


These sandbags conform to the contour of your work piece to provide a base of work surface when forming, chasing, stamping or engraving.


• 2 sizes • Round • Leather with heavy stitching


• Excellent Value Code


S30558 S30559


Description


Ø150mm Sandbag Ø200mm Sandbag


UOM Price EACH


EACH


This is a well-engineered bangle stretcher, and fantastic value for the price.


£6.25 £6.95


• Sturdy steel construction • Easy action smooth 4 lever rotating base head • Fine size increments embossed on the unit giving accuracy whilst bangle stretching


• Seven parallel stretching steps with twenty six separate openings giving an extremely accurate and even opening action


• Cast iron base with 3 locating bolt/screw mounting holes (bolts/screws not supplied)


• For Pitch Bowl item: E31907 • Overal Diameter Ø130mm • 27mm Deep • Inner Step Diameters: 100mm & 80mm


Code E31909 Description


Ø125mm (5”) Rubber Pad for Pitch Bowl


UOM EACH Price £4.95 878 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER


Step sizes: • Step 1 Ø40 to 45mm • Step 2 Ø50 to 55mm • Step 3 Ø55 to 60mm • Step 4 Ø65 to 70mm • Step 5 Ø70 to 75mm • Step 6 Ø75 to 80mm • Step 7 Ø80 to 85mm


Overall size: 500 x 230mm Weight: 20kg


Code B36313 Description Stretcher (Bangles) - Indian


UOM Price EACH £230.00


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