Da Vinci Cosmotop Series 5040 Wide Brushes

Da Vinci Cosmotop series 5040 wide brushes, made from heavy-duty synthetic bristles, with red and black polished handles and tin ferrules, ideal for varnishing, priming, acrylic and gouache. More
£ 12.20
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Brush size
20
Brush head width (mm)
20.00
Code 72234
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£ 12.20   £ 11.49

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Brush size
30
Brush head width (mm)
30.00
Code 72215
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£ 14.45   £ 13.59

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Brush size
40
Brush head width (mm)
40.00
Code 72216
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£ 17.63   £ 16.59

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Brush size
50
Brush head width (mm)
50.00
Code 72217
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£ 22.65   £ 21.39

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Brush size
60
Brush head width (mm)
60.00
Code 72218
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£ 28.60   £ 26.89

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Brush size
80
Brush head width (mm)
80.00
Code 72219
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£ 39.56   £ 37.29

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Brush size
150
Brush head width (mm)
150.00
Code 72508
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£ 121.16   £ 109.00

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Brush size
200mm
Brush head width (mm)
200.00
Code 72509
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£ 150.06   £ 139.00

Brush size
300mm
Brush head width (mm)
300.00
Code 84272
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  £ 325.95

Brush size
400mm
Brush head width (mm)
400.00
Code 84273
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  £ 489.54
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Brush size
500mm
Brush head width (mm)
500.00
Code 84274
Ready for shipping
  £ 579.00

Da Vinci Cosmotop series 5040 wide brushes, made from heavy-duty synthetic bristles, with red and black polished handles and tin ferrules, ideal for varnishing, priming, acrylic and gouache.

8 sizes available.

Price per brush.

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Da Vinci Cosmotop Series 5040 60mm Wide Brush - I bought one of these brushes to matt varnish an acrylic painting 80 x 100 cms. The end result was very disappointing. The brush left marks and the painting looked patchy when dry. You may think this is a case of the 'worker blaming his tools' but I had used the varnish before with another brush on a smaller painting and it worked perfectly. I've spent the last week removing the varnish on the larger piece and now it needs re-working in places to bring it back to where it was before varnishing. Not a good experience.

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