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Bead Mandrel  Small Size 1/16 inch  or 1.6 mm Bead Mandrel  Small Size 1/16 (small hole size), Bead Mandrel lampwork or enamel bead maker with easy grip handle for glass and enamel artists Original by Joe Spencer Small 1/16 size 1.6 mm

Bead Mandrel Small Size 1/16 inch or 1.6 mm Bead Mandrel Small Size 1/16 (small hole size), Bead Mandrel lampwork or enamel bead maker with easy grip handle for glass and enamel artists Original by Joe Spencer Small 1/16 size 1.6 mm

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Custom Bead Mandrel for lampworking or torch fire enamel with Easy Grip Handle by Joseph Spencer This is a mandrel was made for glass and enamel bead artist. This is the small or thin size 22 mm This easy to use, comfortable feeling mandrel guides threw your hand as you are using fire to create wonderful beads. After using this mandrel, a wimpy mandrel just won't be enough. Details about this custom mandrel This mandrel is 10 inches long Hole Size is 1/16 inch or 1.6 diameter Wire gauge is 15 This mandrel is made of Stainless Steel The area of the mandrel where the bead would be slid on, has been sanded down to a point. This makes getting your bead on and off easier. The easy grip handle is made with plastic, so its guilds nicely when you are using it. Joe designed this tool for limited production of glass and enamel bead making. This is the same mandrel design he has been using in his classes and workshops for years. In 2015 Joe will be 90 years young. He and I spend a lot of time together making tools and having fun creating art pieces together. We enjoy enameling very much. If you have not heard about Joe Spencer a pioneer of torch fired enamels, here is a little info to read up on. I hope you find it helpful. Profile - Joseph Spencer Pioneer of Torch –Fire Enameling since 1970 Enamellist – Instructor – Consultant Author – Toolmaker – Blender of Enamel mixes For more data check Spencer’s website www.torch-fire-enamels.com