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Artistic Wire 18gauge Silver Plated nonTarnish
Artistic Wire 18gauge Tinned Copper Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 18gauge Gun Metal Bronze Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 20gauge Gun Metal Bronze Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 22gauge Gun Metal Bronze Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 34gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 20gauge Tinned Copper Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 22gauge Tinned Copper Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 26gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 28gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 30gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 32gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 20gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 24gauge Silver Plated non Tarnish
Artistic Wire 18gauge Non Tarnish Brass
Artistic Wire 18gauge Black Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 20gauge Non Tarnish Brass
Artistic Wire 20gauge Black Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 22gauge Non Tarnish Brass
Artistic Wire 22gauge Black Permanently Coloured
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Amethyst
Artistic Wire 22gauge Red
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Ice Blue
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Peacock Blue
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Orchid
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Rose
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Silver Blue
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Silver Tangerine
Artistic Wire 22gauge Silver Plated Seafoam Green
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