You could try this website and the links page http://www.chronos.ltd.uk/
this was found on http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~phold/russ/supplier.html
and this is a good site for every thing else.
Wood screws with a removable chrome dome head are available
as "mirror screws" from most DIY places.
If you want machine screws, I suggest hex-socket button head
screws, or assemble using dome nuts and studding instead of
Go to http://rswww.com and enter the following stock numbers
in the search box:
210-0089 Button-head screws, zinc-plated steel
183-8733 Button-head screws, A2 stainless steel
293-088 Dome nuts, zinc-plated steel
248-4416 Dome nuts, A2 stainless steel
248-4494 Dome nuts, A4 stainless steel
Those numbers are for M6 thread, but there is a huge range
of sizes on the same pages.
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