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Adventures in Metalsmithing

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Blue Chalcedony Stacking Set

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Micro Torch Basics taught by Kate Richbourg

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Category Jewelry
Type Accessory
Style Classic, Retro / Vintage
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Who is this project for? Women

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What materials did you use? Copper, Sterling Silver, Semi Precious Stones.

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What are you most proud of? Years ago I saw a stacking set of rings on Etsy that I wanted to buy, bought the torch and lots of supplies and was too afraid to "jump in" and make the rings. I have designed wire wrapped jewelry for years and thought "this is something I can do". Well, NOT! So it sat there for almost 2 years, and then I saw the Micro Torch class and watched it - and got up the nerve to try it. I LOVE IT! So thrilled I finally took a chance and dove right in.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Patience, and more patience and you should become a stickler for details. The end result is SO rewarding, I still walk around with a smile on my face at what I have accomplished - these rings above are really my 2nd and 3rd ring that I have worked on.

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it looks very professional

06/20/2013 Flag

Really beautiful. Love them!!!

06/26/2013 Flag

Beautiful - well done! You've certainly inspired me

07/16/2013 Flag

Wow, I can't wait to get started. What brand of torch did you buy? Does it really matter or are they all pretty much the same?

08/08/2013 Flag

I have a torch I bought about 4 years ago, but it happens to be a blazer. I think they look a little different now, but function the same. It works great for me, other than when working with thick wire (like 4g). For that I think I need something that gets a little hotter, so I am looking into a water torch (I do not really want gas in my house). :)

09/21/2013 Flag

Masselyn what are the name on those books? Your artwork is beautiful!

07/21/2014 Flag