By Marthe Le Van
Lark jewellery challenged a few of its most sensible designers to create a couple of wonderful rings in half-hour flat, they usually enthusiastically added past our wildest expectancies. This terrific 60-piece selection of tasks showcases an array of encouraged, fashionable, and simply undeniable enjoyable jewellery. They don’t call for a wide funding of time or cash, yet do supply jewelers the excitement of polishing their talents and having fun with outstanding effects. The resourceful and various designs characteristic every thing from stylish gold, pearls, and sterling silver to nontraditional and repurposed fabrics. each is gorgeous!
The forty nine participants contain Sim Luttin, Lisa Cain, Rebecca Hannon, Raissa Bump, Ross Coppelman, Joanna Gollberg, Brenda Schweder, Davina Romansky, Ingeborg Vandamme, Eleni Avlonti, and lots of extra top jewelers!
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File and sand the ends of the wires so they 'll slide comfortably through your ear lobes. 4 cm ~~ Go 1. Using a center punch and hammer, mark the metal on one face of one wire, about 2 mm from the top. With the flex shaft and a 1-mm bit, drill a hole straight through the square wire. Repeat this step, and all the following steps, to create the second earring at the same time. 2. On the same face as the drilled hole but at the opposite end, measure up about 7 mm from the bottom of the wire. Use dividers to mark a line from that point, down the middle of the wire to the bottom.
6. String a crimp bead onto each 15-cm wire and squeeze the bead closed about 3 cm from the soldered or bent corner. 8. Thread a crimp bead , a pearl, and a second crimp bead onto each long wire . Push the upper portion of each strip up to the squeezed crimp bead before rethreading the wire through the rest of the folded strip. 9. Secure both silver strips by squeezing a crimp bead at the bottom of each one. page 64 DESIGNER: ELLEN GERRITSE ..
Note: Make sure your punch is polished so that it won't leave any unnecessary marks on the flower. 5. Drill two holes in each flower, side by side and as close to the flower centers as possible. 1-mm bit. 6. Slightly dome each flower in the dapping block. Because the flowers are already slightly concave , a single strike of the hammer will be enough to achieve the desired effect. Create a matte finish on both silver flowers with a kitchen scrub pad. page 58 • 8. Light your torch and adjust the flame to one that is large and soft-the one that occurs at the stage right before the transparent blue annealing flame.
30-Minute Earrings: 60 Quick & Creative Projects for Jewelers by Marthe Le Van