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[ADVERT] The best way to promote jewelry is to gain celebrity exposure! by [email protected]
I happen to stumble upon this group, as i tip-toed in to the very unfamilar world of bloging on google groups. I was looking for a place to share what I do with other members of the jewlery industry, and noticed for the first time that the world of google groups has a place for everyone, and this...
August 24th 07 04:39 PM
by Jim Go to last post
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[ADVERT] Sapphire | As Gem of the Sky by [email protected]
Sapphire is the most valued stones just like rubies, emeralds and diamonds. It is the single crystal form of aluminum oxide known as corundum. It can be found as natural gemstones including wafers for the deposition of semi-conductor. It includes any gemstone quality varieties of the mineral...
August 21st 07 05:41 AM
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jewelry samples & buyers by pitt
my message has to do with sending samples to buyers. is there a certain accepted protocol to follow when sending samples to buyers? do i send an invoice? should they pay for samples? what about copyright? is there certain verbiage i should include in my correspondence? if sending earring samples,...
August 21st 07 05:40 AM
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[ADVERT] Gold and Platinum | As Precious Metal in the World by [email protected]
Gold jewelry has been worn to adorned men and women of the world and used fashion attractive pieces. Gold jewelry are more comfortable than platinum because they are lighter in weight and has distinctive yellow color and more jewelers are trained to work with it. Gold is the precious metal of the...
August 21st 07 05:40 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Advert Stewart's International School adds an additional class. by Chuck Fish[_2_]
Stewart's International School for Jewelers, because of student demand, has opened another class for October. Class 1 will be offered from October 1 through October 5, 2007. Reservations are being taken immediately and the class is partially filled. For more information: ...
August 17th 07 01:43 AM
by Chuck Fish[_2_] Go to last post
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Dzi Beads of Tibet - Myths and Legends by dzidzi888
Myths and Legends of Dzi Beads The history of the mysterious Dzi Beads is filled with mythological and legendary stories. The following is a list of commonly believed Tibetan Dzi bead legends: (1) Dzi beads are the weapons of the Asura: An Asura belongs to one of the six classes of living beings....
August 16th 07 09:48 AM
by Maren at google Go to last post
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Help identifying where I can buy a ring by michaelphill
I'm looking to purchase an identical or similar ring to this one: http://img186.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ring1ad4.jpg I was told it is "southwest" style, but I'm not sure if that's correct or even what that means exactly. It was purchased at a street fair. There is a marking on the inside of...
August 16th 07 05:25 AM
by Peter W.. Rowe, Go to last post
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Pearl headband from "Becoming Jane" by none
Ok, this is going to sound weird. But can anyone tell me a place where I could buy a pearl headband like the one that Anne Hathaway wore in Becoming Jane. My girlfriend couldn't stop raving about it after we saw the movie, and being a man and all I didn't even notice that the actress was wearing...
August 13th 07 08:39 AM
by none Go to last post
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Caring for Sterling Silver Jewelry by [email protected]
To preserve the beauty of your sterling silver jewelry, follow these steps: * Exposure to the air causes silver to tarnish, so keep your sterling silver jewelry in a bag made from tarnish-proof cloth, or in airtight container. * Avoid allowing your sterling silver jewelry to have...
August 12th 07 12:16 AM
by Frosty Go to last post
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August 11th 07 07:04 AM
by Peter W.. Rowe, Go to last post
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Soldering pad outside of abestos where did they go?!? by Chris
Hi Folks, I've got a project to solder and every time I make the attempt stuff moves and I am REAL over re-doing this. Granted, it has been a while since I did this, but back when I did I had an asbestos pad that you could use pins to hold the parts while you soldered them. I've spent the last...
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August 10th 07 03:09 AM
by mikee Go to last post
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silver ring blanks by KM
anyone has goodluck with purchasing silver ring blanks or earrings and such jewellery in phuket? I;m making a trip there next week so hope to have some feedback from the experienced guys here. Thanks in advance! /KM
August 8th 07 03:37 AM
by KM Go to last post
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moderator's announcment. by Peter W.. Rowe,
Hi All. It's summertime again, and to the considerable dismay of my boss, I'm going on vacation again (he's dismayed because it seems he didn't exactly hear me when I told/asked him about the proposed length of this vacation... :-) ) Anyway, as with some other trips, I'll be out of touch with...
July 18th 07 10:04 AM
by Peter W.. Rowe, Go to last post
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Need Help -- lost and found diamond -- defective ring? by [email protected]
Hi everyone, I posted this in another forum and am reposting this in an effort to get more advice.. Any advice would be VERY MUCH appreciated... ................................................................. I need some advice about the engagement ring that I gave to my girlfriend.. We live in...
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July 18th 07 09:48 AM
by Ted Frater Go to last post
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Thickening waxes before casting by Paul WIlson
Hey, I sometimes need to cast waxes that are just a little too thin. I'm told I can brush on Elmer's glue to thicken the areas that need thickening. The idea is that it'll burn-out just like wax and you can put it where you need it. You can paint it on and it forms a thin layer that dries...
July 10th 07 09:51 AM
by TS Go to last post
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Newbie - custom Sterling Siler band with image in it? How to do it? by [email protected]
I am trying to make a ring similar to this. http://www.creedcanada.com/40081-87.html No I am not to cheap to buy one (I have seen a few people ripped for that) what I would like to do is place a custom image in the band to give to my wife. Does anyone know where I could get a band and how can I...
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July 10th 07 05:09 AM
by Dougie Go to last post
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square silver bracelet by Bob Common
Quite a while back, I came across an article about fabricating a silver bracelet from square silver wire, somewhere between 6 and 2 gauge. If I remember correctly, the center third was twisted in one direction and the outside thirds were twisted in the opposite. A few weeks ago, one gent...
July 9th 07 08:55 AM
by dougie Go to last post
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plastic by C Ryman
Hi everyone, I usually work in glass and metal. My sister-in-law wants me make some black plastic triangles to replace some on her jacket. I guess I will try to do it since she is UPSing me a huge load of clothes. Does anyone know of some cheap black plastic I can use? I thought of using LP...
July 7th 07 03:25 AM
by GWS Go to last post
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Resistance soldering by mlcorson
Hello all: I recently acquired an older Vigor 1300 watt resistance soldering machine at a garage sale. (small gloat) I'd like to get some input as far as technique goes. Do you use flux? Should I avoid getting the flux on the carbon ground and probe? Where would I get carbon blocks and probes? Can...
July 5th 07 05:52 PM
by mbstevens Go to last post
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Reclaiming soldered silver by Kendall Davies
Is the solder in a fabricated silver joint likely to cause problems when melting down silver? I've had a few cases recently where a small bead of molten stuff has danced on the surface of the hot silver just before it melts. I have also had a few cases of a small crater or contaminated bubble...
July 4th 07 07:15 PM
by Kendall Davies Go to last post
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