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jalbert

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I spent the weekend playing around with jewelry instead of pens. I had a bunch of scrap silver that I had melted down into ingots, which were begging to be used. I rolled them down into wire and sheet, and made a identification style bracelet and signet ring. They have a bit of decorative engraving on them, which is a variation on a traditional running wheat style border.
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Very nice! I'm also impressed with the dappling... um, dish? I'm used to seeing the cube style metal ones. Do you use that for jewelry? If so, it must be a pretty dense wood.
 

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Very nice! I'm also impressed with the dappling... um, dish? I'm used to seeing the cube style metal ones. Do you use that for jewelry? If so, it must be a pretty dense wood.
I've never used it for anything. I made it in college when I was doing some off center turning. It's yellow heart
 

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I spent the weekend playing around with jewelry instead of pens. I had a bunch of scrap silver that I had melted down into ingots, which were begging to be used. I rolled them down into wire and sheet, and made a identification style bracelet and signet ring. They have a bit of decorative engraving on them, which is a variation on a traditional running wheat style border.View attachment 325602View attachment 325603View attachment 325604
That looks beautiful. Your breadth of skills is amazing.
 
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