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looking for Servane Gaxotte jewellery, Paris by john gold
Hi, does anyone have a contact number or address for the french jewellery designer Servane Gaxotte who is based in Paris? many thanks, John Gold
February 23rd 11 06:15 AM
by christimahin Go to last post
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Question by [email protected]
Hi, Could anyone tell me what woods and finishes are safe to use for wooden jewelry? Thanks for any help! Judith
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February 15th 11 08:42 AM
by dalethomas1 Go to last post
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GFC rolling mill by reynoldsarts
Very heavy duty mill for sale. GFC model. Paid $1400.00 near new condition. will sell for 1000.00 I can supply photo. Firm.
February 7th 11 05:24 PM
by reynoldsarts Go to last post
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How to disinfect a yellow gold diamond ring I inherited by Eurostarjewelry.com
Dip in the Hot water and wipe with a soft cloth. http://www.eurostarjewelry.com
February 4th 11 05:36 AM
by LES.Jecky Go to last post
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Setting Stones to jewelry by Ganesh
There are various methods of setting a stone to a ring or other ornaments. E.g. In case of Prong setting there's very little metal that holds the stone. Advantage:- the stone is completely exposed. Disadvantage:- the thin metal holdings eventually loosens often letting the stone fall, or they...
February 4th 11 05:27 AM
by LES.Jecky Go to last post
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Thank you the jewelry group by Jessica
I joined this group a few month ago. At that time I was new to DIY jewelry making and looking for help. I got plenty good advice from the group members. Now I'm doing well. I want to thank the members of this group. I do have a question for the group: lately there are fewer and fewer posts on...
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January 27th 11 03:58 AM
by Jack Schmidling Go to last post
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graver sharpening by Ted Callier
I am trying to learn hand engraving on my own, with the help of two books (Hardy/Bowman and Meeks). And watching videos on Youtube. These are a great help to visualise the process of engraving. Thing is, I just can't seem to find any instructional videos for sharpening gravers. All I could find is...
November 30th 10 04:20 AM
by Vsemkoma Go to last post
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How to disinfect a yellow gold diamond ring I inherited by Suzie
Hi everyone I inherited a beautiful diamond ring from my mother last year who passed away from various things. However the one thing that really worries me is the MRSA staph infection she had at time of her passing. She wore the ring right up to the time of her death. Can anyone tell me how to...
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November 6th 10 09:24 AM
by Peter W. Rowe[_2_] Go to last post
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Polishing compound question by Andrew Falanga
Hi, Wow, has it been a long time since I've posted to this NG. My wife and I are currently cutting a few topaz stones for a client and these topaz are unlike anything we've ever seen. They are taking a polish in a most difficult manner and this is forcing us to consider some alternative...
August 10th 10 08:12 AM
by Abrasha Go to last post
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Jewellery Supplies UK by Psycho
Could anyone tell me where to find good reputable jewellery component supplies in the UK, such as gemstones, silver-wire, headpins, eyepins, etc. Any websites would be great also. Thank you.
July 24th 10 11:24 PM
by julepo Go to last post
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The latest trend in jewelries...... by Abrasha
Baaaaaaaa! wrote: Everyone was getting along swimmingly in rec.crafts.jewelry on or about Wed, 21 Apr 2010 20:50:44 -0700 when philbert33 ****ed everything up by saying: Hey! What's up! I am quite surprised when i go through the latest trend of ...
May 22nd 10 05:29 PM
by Peter W. Rowe[_2_] Go to last post
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New Project by Jack Schmidling
It's a lot easier to talk about a new project than to actually get started. However, talking about it can provide the motivation to actually get started. Sort of putting my money where my mouth is. I never got any farther with my wine glass than the 3 oz martini glass. The challenges of a...
May 12th 10 02:22 AM
by Jack Schmidling Go to last post
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Mokume Anyone? by Chilla
Hi Guys, Anyone doing Mokume on the list? Regards Charles
May 12th 10 02:19 AM
by Chilla Go to last post
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What Happened? by Terrie
This once was a site with usually excellent content. Valid and timely comments were posted, questions that got good responses, etc. I backed off for a personal reason, and recently returned. Cast of characters has changed, topics as well. I have always related the jewelry industry with a step up...
May 4th 10 02:04 AM
by Peter W. Rowe[_2_] Go to last post
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New Crafter's Center by red46[_2_]
The new Crafter's Center, an extension to Crafter's Corner, found at http://judysbookshop.com/center/ is intended strictly for crafter's of all media to build their own online blogging shops. It includes 'eShop' a program to help you with your sales. There is also a help file at...
May 2nd 10 08:16 AM
by red46[_2_] Go to last post
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Nice surprise! by Jack Schmidling
I was so excited when I finally got broad band access that I never even bothered asking the ISP if USENET was available. This is so much nicer that the web based Googling. The tines on the fork that I heated in my last report are still clean. js --
April 14th 10 06:39 AM
by Jack Schmidling Go to last post
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Bead Stringing Tute?? by Junie
Hi Everyone! - I've been making beaded eyeglass chains and am having trouble fastening the end of the nylon coated stainless steel wire so that it will hold tightly. I've crimped it but it doesn't seem to hold. It eventually pulls out of the crimp leaving part of the wire showing. - Is there...
April 3rd 10 06:42 PM
by Junie Go to last post
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seal watch parts into jewelry by Ben[_3_]
I'm experimenting with 'steampunk' look jewelry and wanted to create a design on a 316 steel pendant or ring. After I set the tiny pocke****ch parts in place, what do you recommend to clear seal and protect them? I thought about epoxy, but what about marine varnish or wood floor sealer. Obviously,...
March 25th 10 02:56 AM
by marina11 Go to last post
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My List of beaded Hearts Free Tutorials! by beadangel
See my list of different types of free beaded heart tutorials. 3D Rhinestone Heart: http://beadjewelrymaking.com/2010/project/february.html Finished look: http://www.beadjewelrymaking.com/2010/large/rhinestoneheart.html Easy 3D Crystal...
February 24th 10 05:43 AM
by beadangel Go to last post
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what is this watch by Peter Lowrie
Here's a long-shot Despite months of searching, even at the Cyma website, I have not been able to find information about my watch. It's a CYMA Rubisaphir, gold, onyx and diamond mens dress/formal digital chronometer. I've put it up for auction on ebay for a fraction of it's value in the hope I...
February 22nd 10 05:46 PM
by Flannan Go to last post
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