Camel Hair Brushes

by Silver Brush

This excellent quality camel hair brush is the ideal tool for the student, amateur, watercolorist, hobbyist and ceramicist.

The durable, long lasting camel hair will work in varied media, including watercolor, gouache, tempera, acrylic, alkyds, oils, and enamel. It can be used on any surface.

The brush features an attractive blue handle and a nickel plated brass ferrule. The brush is available individually or in packs of 12.

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Cindy from Virginia says:

A good brush at a great value. I searched the local craft stores, for these brushes. The store pricing was 3 time more expensive.

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Product Questions and Answers

I need a 3.0 and a 0 size paint brush for detail oil work. Do you have such a thing?

- Asked by carolyn h. on 08-Dec-13

This line does not have anything that small. If you are working in oils, look at the Winsor Newton Monarch series, and the Princeton 6100 Series.

- Answered by MisterArt on 10-Dec-13

Are these camel hair brushes professional grade and are they made well?

- Asked by Lydia F. on 01-Sep-13

Silver Brush is a fairly good brush, but the top of the line in sable brushes is the Winsor and Newton Series 7.

- Answered by MisterArt on 02-Sep-13

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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: Cindy in Virginia
A good brush at a great value. I searched the local craft stores, for these brushes. The store pricing was 3 time more expensive.
Rated by: Felice K. in Buffalo, NY
I am using this brush to paint in acrylic. It is a great inexpensive brush for those who need small brushes for acrylic painting that get ruined often in the painting process:).
Rated by: sunghi K. in roscoe, IL
Great brush for all ages. Unbeatable price!
Rated by: Joleen A. in Alamogordo, NM
Super brush for the price. I use it in PMC classes.

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