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chain-making machines by Charles P Lamb
Where can I find out about the workings of chain-making machines?
March 31st 07 05:01 PM
by stanislaw Iber Go to last post
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Buenos Aires Argentina metalcarft by Herbert Wohl, MD
I'll be visiting Buenos Aires for 10 days at the end of the month, and wonder if anyone has suggestions re interesting metalworking/jewelry making places to visit? Museums, galleries, etc? Herb Wohl
March 31st 07 05:01 PM
by stanislaw Iber Go to last post
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Quick Start Guide for Jewelry Artists to use Classifieds by ilia
A quick start guide was written today to make it super simple to advertise your artistic jewelry creations. The classifieds are for creative and talented people to utilize to get the word out and make sales. $0 fees. Click here to read the guide and get...
March 31st 07 02:22 AM
by ilia Go to last post
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average markup question by yasin
hey guys, I was wondering what the average percentage gallerys or retailers make off a designers piece. I saw a contract that said 40% of gross goes to the gallery, is that the average? is it higher, lower? i know mass porduced pieces are usually marked up double or triple keystone on the retail...
March 29th 07 03:28 PM
by yasin Go to last post
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Most common ring sizes? by Paul Ciszek
I have noticed that when someone is selling rings made of stone, glass, or plastic (i.e., harder to resize than metal) they seldom have any large enough for my girlfriend or I. This could be because they are made in another country, or possibly because the target demographic is anorexic young...
March 24th 07 07:34 PM
by Frosty Go to last post
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My First Classes!!! by yasin
Hi all, First thankyou Ravi, for your reply to my earlier post about education. Now, im very close to beginning my first classes available here in pittsburgh for jewelry making. The first is lost wax casting and the second class is beginners jewelry design....anyhow as i get cloaser to the...
March 21st 07 04:30 AM
by yasin Go to last post
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Also not jewelry related by Frosty
// A major research institution has just announced the discovery of the densest element yet known to science. The new element has been named "Bushcronium." Bushcronium has one neutron, 12 assistant neutrons, 75 deputy neutrons, and 224 assistant deputy neutrons, giving it an atomic mass of 311....
March 20th 07 03:12 PM
by Frosty Go to last post
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Source for Pierced to Clip Earring Converters? by Norm Dresner
My wife has refused to get her ears pierced for several decades and I want to buy some earrings to which I'll add personal features. But the base stuff is only available with posts. I know there are suppliers of the converters but I'm not able to find any. URLs appreciated. TIA Norm
March 17th 07 01:12 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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More Calls & Show Opportunities by ilia
Brand New Calls for Visual Art, Music, Animation, Writers & Digital Works. The calls really do apply to "Crafts-Jewelry". If you can take a picure of your works, I have a monthly call for magazine submissions. There are two shows that are calls for creative and talented folks in every field.
March 17th 07 01:11 AM
by ilia Go to last post
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Man Pulls Off $28M Diamond Heist by News
Unbelievable! http://www.wsbtv.com/money/11236512/detail.html -- Thank you, Ravi K. http://www.gemsutra.com
March 13th 07 01:01 PM
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dyed pearls by vgee
Hello, I've been making colored freshwater jewelry, but I also wonder if they start bleeding one day. Any ideas? Or what can I do to prevent it? Thanks. http://www.bronteyork.com
March 13th 07 01:00 PM
by Frosty Go to last post
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[ADVERT] offer to sell Ruby in Zeosist and Fancy jasper by [email protected]
Hai Offer to sell ruby in zeosist rough for US$ 6.00/kilogram FOB And Indian fancy Jasper forUS$ 1.5/kilogram FOB If interested contact for details. BEST REGARDS ZAKIR ]
March 12th 07 06:18 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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[ADVERT] FS: Comco Microblaster System by Dan Karshin
I have an almost new Comco micro pencil blast system available at a reduced price. It has dual cannister blaster, workstation, and dust collector cabinet with silencer hood and some spare parts.. Was barely used and is in like new condition. Email for pics and info. $8500 outfit-will sacrifice for...
March 11th 07 02:20 AM
by christian davila Go to last post
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Ping: Snake Oil Recipients by Frosty
Didj'all git yer dang snake earl er what?
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March 10th 07 03:29 AM
by mbstevens Go to last post
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Faceting Tutorial by [email protected]
I found this step by step tutorial for faceting at http://www.ameritool-inc.com/faceting-tutorial.htm It gives very detailed steps for grinding and polishing. Check it out.
March 8th 07 07:43 AM
by Carl 1 Lucky Texan Go to last post
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Working with red tree coral by Paul WIlson
Hey, Does anyone have experience attaching silver things to red tree coral. I have some nice coral I bought at a show and I'd like to attach a casting to it. I imagine glue won't stick and heat will destroy it, so mechanical attachmnets are the norm. PW
March 7th 07 03:24 AM
by Paul WIlson Go to last post
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Brown's Snake Oil by Frosty
Besides Abrasha & Peter, someone else wrote me on here asking for a sample of Brown's Snake Oil. Peter & Abrasha, I got some little sample cans and they'll go out in tomorrows post. You other person who wanted some, please write me offlist and send me a mailing address. Frosty Ben Wa Om Memory
March 6th 07 04:02 AM
by Séimí mac Liam Go to last post
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Attn: Mick by Peter W.. Rowe,
Mick, ("Mick" ) An email sent to you at the above address was returned with the error message "quota exceeded". If you wish an answer to your question addressed to me, or a more detailed reason why your post from yesterday was rejected for not meeting charter requirements,...
March 6th 07 03:54 AM
by Peter W.. Rowe, Go to last post
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Newbie - advice on finishing my first cast by Ben[_2_]
Hello, been posting some at RCM but figured this would be a more appropriate group. After four attempts I have my first successful cast in sterling and am looking for advice on finishing the piece. It's an eagle shaped pendant, about 1/3 ozt. There's enough detail and shape to it that files...
March 4th 07 09:05 PM
by Carl Go to last post
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Ephemeral materials challenge by Carl
It's a long story, but I want to create a choker like this: http://c-76-19-175-241.hsd1.ma.comcast.net/CandyCorn.jpg using real candy corn. My original thought was to make wire studs or loops that would be heated up and melt their way into the bases of the candies. That's not working well,...
March 4th 07 09:05 PM
by Carl Go to last post
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