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Metalsmith: Mandrel for Tiny Jump Rings

Mandrel for Tiny Jump Rings
(A typically occasional metalsmithing series by Christine Cox)

Use a piece of steel tie wire as a mandrel when making tiny jump rings. 63 more words


Jewel of the day: Gitte Soee Osiris Bracelet

Danish jewellery always seems to have a cool modernist edge to it. Well, at least the kind to which I’m drawn. (Though this Scandinavian piece apparently references the Egyptian pyramids – go figure.) 19 more words


design meets form, function & material

Simple lines and clean form in lovely solid gauge sterling silver. This ring looks amazing stacked, paired with existing jewellery or worn solo.  It is part of a group of rings… 76 more words


rings of the day

Simple lines and clean design, these heavy gauge sterling silver rings look fantastic when stacked, paired or worn individually.

All will be available for custom order from my online store early next month. 6 more words


Early Fall end of Summer workshops at nanopod studio!

Ring band, Bezel & Prong setting classes

Available dates/times:
Tuesday, August 30th 6:30-9:30/10pm & Thursday, Sept 1st 6:30-9:30/10pm  or
Saturday, Sept 3rd afternoon intensive 12pm-6pm… 136 more words

Metal + Glass

Jewel of the day: Kauge Tiny Drop Trio Chandelier Earrings

I am guessing these hollow beads hung like small chandelier drops probably make a soft bell-like noise as the wearer walks. Which could either be very pleasant, or well, crazy making. 127 more words