Leonhardy Brush Liners

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These German made brushes are made of synthetic fibers and have nickle plated brass ferrules. They come in four sizes and range between 16mm to 24mm.

Here's the low down on these brushes:

There's this guy we know named Dave. He's been around the block and has seen some things. When we told him our supplier for liner brushes discontinued almost every one we had, he set out on a mission. He took his expertise and brush knowledge to the streets and found us some liners. Turns out, all of our customer support staff/artists love them! Not to mention they are fairly inexpensive!

Size 0 = 16mm

Size 1 = 18mm

Size 2 = 20mm

Size 4 = 24mm

Made in: GERMANY (DE)

Category: Arts & Entertainment > Hobbies & Creative Arts > Crafts & Hobbies > Drawing & Painting > Art Brushes

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