Princeton Umbria Series 6200 Synthetic Bristle Brush, Filbert, Size 8

Item ID
PR6200FB-8
Availability: In stock
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Quick Overview

A popular brush due to the appearance as much as its amazing performance. The Princeton Long Handle Umbria Series 6200 is truly special with its resilient synthetic hair and deep olive colored handles coated with Velvetouch silicone sealer.
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A popular brush due to the appearance as much as its amazing performance. The Princeton Long Handle Umbria Series 6200 is truly special with its deep olive colored handles coated with Velvetouch silicone sealer.

These brushes look beautiful in your studio, feel great in your hand, and provide unique performance characteristics. The resilient hair is not as stiff as natural bristle, but has a significantly more firm response than white synthetic or sable.

May be used with heavier acrylic paints as well as oil and water-based oil colors.

More Information
Brand Princeton
Series Series 6200
Shape Filbert
Material Synthetic Hair
Handle Type Long Handle
Size 8
Length 1-1/8"
Width 5/8"
No. 6200FB-8

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