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Welcome to our newest member,lucyjohn987
Why dont you look at the GRS vice, not the ball vice, I use them at work, they fit on the GRS dove tail, you can get angles on it and move it through 360 deg, and any of the GRS bits and pieces fit…
Hi Cym and welcome to the forum. Wire is good because you get a lot for your money and not much waste. Your pictures can be used to search for snags and defects too, so you dont need others to tell…
Hi cym, they are fancy because they are super neat. Can see your jewellery is already of a high standard.:)
Hi Cym, they are lovely pieces. Welcome to the forum 🙂