INSPIRED BY THE BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF JEWELLERY, A UNIQUE PARALLEL PLIER WITH EXCEPTIONALLY FINE NOSED JAWS FOR DELICATE WORKING.
The round jaws taper to a fine nose, just 0.8 mm across. Perfect for the most intricate jewellery or horology work.
Uniquely, these fine nose pliers also benefit from jaws that always move in parallel. Grip anywhere along the length of the smooth jaws without risk of damaging your workpiece. Ideal for making small loops.
- Grip the smallest or most difficult to access items between fine nose jaws.
- Use for bending and forming loops with soft metals.
- Make consistently sized loops of varying diameters.
- Parallel jaws grip securely along their whole length.
- Work without fear of marking or damaging your workpiece.
- Built to last, with a robust construction and rust-proof finish.
- Round jaws taper to a super fine nose, just 0.8 mm diameter.
- Jaws move in parallel throughout use.
- Smooth jaws to prevent damage to workpiece.
- Jaws case hardened to HRC 57 and chemically blackened for durability.
- Zinc-plated handles with detailing for added grip.
This tool has been developed in conjunction with course leaders at Birmingham School of Jewellery, Europe’s leading jewellery design school. Its fine nose and parallel-action jaws are ideal for:
- Jewellery makers, both professional and those who enjoy this work as a hobby.
- Fine craft workers.
- Made in England.
- Standard 12 months' warranty. Register your tool to extend this to 2 years.
- 125 mm length.
- 11 mm jaw opening.
- 27 mm useable jaw length.
- 0.8 mm diameter jaw tips for intricate work.
- BS 3087-7:1996, ISO 5747:1995.
- For a larger, round jaws loop-making plier, see our Round Jaws 1 1/2" Parallel Plier 140 mm.
This specialist fine nose plier features smooth jaws that taper to a super fine tip. Perfect for the most delicate work and fine jewellery making. That’s Maun for you. We see problems and find innovative ways to solve them.
So, why settle for ordinary? We don’t. And you shouldn’t either.
Our pliers have been in action for over 75 years. Each and every one is engineered to last and has been since 1944.