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I prefer working with natural stones, but I’ll use glass and ceramic if needed. I’m new to wire work but have worked with gold and silver sheet metal years ago. I majored in Art with a specialization in jewelry making in college. I also learned how to cut cabochons and faceted stones. I’ve only just recently gotten back into jewelry making and am learning a lot of new techniques.

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  • Thank you everyone for your kind words! The wire is slightly thicker than 1/16″ I don’t know what that translates into gauge, sorry. Anyone know?

    Chicky Zee, turquoise can absorb many things like perfumes, lotions, etc. that could cause discoloration. Especially in old turquoise. The stuff they’re mining today is usually sealed and enhanced which [...]

      6 years, 2 months ago

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