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    Wide Greek Key Copper Strip

    $10.00
    15/16" Wide 16-gauge Sold in 1-ft. lengths. This Greek key, also called a Meander was made during the Greek revival of the 1920s. The Greeks considered the pattern to represent Unity.
    SKU: CFW005
    Availability: In stock
     

    15/16" Wide 16-gauge Sold in 1-ft. lengths.

    This Greek key, also called a Meander was made during the Greek revival of the 1920s. The Greeks considered the pattern to represent Unity.

     
     

    15/16" Wide 16-gauge Sold in 1-ft. lengths.

    This Greek key, also called a Meander was made during the Greek revival of the 1920s. The Greeks considered the pattern to represent Unity.

     
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