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Brass Dragon Body

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Brass Dragon Body
Brass casting only. This solid brass casting measures about 7 inches long and has two stubs to which you may solder sets of wings. The wings and hanger are not included, and that's where the fun comes in, because each set of wings you make will be unlike any other. The metal is malleable enough so that you can twist the tails to various angles to customize each one even further. If you have your local printer run off some adoption papers, and do a little advertising, you may become wealthy overnight.

Note that a strong flux and hot iron are required for soldering to brass. Note also that most of these fellows (or gals?) have a "good side", in that one eye is more well-defined than the other. Attaching a small jewel in each eye socket (or non-socket) would make this attribute irrelevant.
Item no: 5308
Retail price:$3.95
6 or more $3.50 (11% discount)
24 or more $3.25 (18% discount)
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How many times have you wanted to do a stained glass project but didn't start because it seemed too complicated and time consuming? Here is a quick way to get into a project and get it done with time to spare. Whittemore-Durgin Fun Packs have everything you need to complete the project. The primary project piece, the pattern and the glass (in uncut sheets). You use your own tools, solder and foil of course, but there is nothing else to buy. Just try one and see how quickly it goes!

Contains the brass casting, the pattern for the wings, hanging wire and enough uncut glass for proper wings selection.

Note that a strong flux and hot iron are required for soldering to brass. Note also that most of these fellows (or gals?) have a "good side", in that one eye is more well-defined than the other. Attaching a small jewel in each eye socket (or non-socket), or outlining each eye (or non-eye) in wire (as in the photo) would make this attribute irrelevant.