Princeton Heritage Series 4050 Synthetic Sable Brush, Round, Size 5/0

Item ID
PR4050R-5-0
Availability: In stock

Ships Friday, August 19 if ordered in the next 19 hours and 36 minutes!

Quick Overview

Princeton Series 4050 Heritage Synthetic Sable Brushes feature a blend of golden taklon in a variety of diameters to mimic sable hair, giving them a natural snap with the thirst and suppleness of real sable.
$5.99
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Princeton Series 4050 Heritage Synthetic Sable Brushes feature a blend of golden taklon in a variety of diameters to mimic sable hair, giving them a natural snap with the thirst and suppleness of real sable. They're more durable and affordable than sable watercolor brushes, and deliver enhanced color holding capacity, sharp points, and crisp edges. These high performing synthetic sable brushes are ideal for watercolor, acrylic, and other watermedia.

The bristles are set in a gold ferrule with a traditional short, wooden watercolor handle.

More Information
Brand Princeton
Series Series 4050
Shape Round
Material Synthetic Sable
Handle Type Short Handle
Size 5/0
Length 3/16"
Width 1/64"
No. 4050R-5/0

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