Emem Tomislava. jewelry. August 18th , 2017.
There are various techniques of making jewelry. The first is where you string the beads, the kind of string you use will depend upon what you are planning to design. To keep a distance between the beads, one can make the use of knots or crimps. A wire may also be used. Here, beads are used in combination to create snazzy designs. Bead weaving is another technique where in, really tiny beads are interwoven and threaded to make small but intricate patterns.
Forehead bands are a beauty! It is similar to a hippie headband but the embellishments differ. The only concern about these bands is their fit. Fetch one that fits you right across your forehead, and you're all set to stand out from the crowd.
To prepare vermeil, jewelers can use one of the two methods available. It can be fire-gliding or electrolysis. In the mid of 18th century, the method of fire-gliding came into being in France. But this process was risky as artisans working over it developed blindness due to the mercury in it. So this process was banned in France. But now vermeil is manufactured by safer process of electrolysis all over the world. It is very much used in contemporary jewelry. You can buy anything made of vermeil like earrings, necklace, pendants, chains, bracelets, bangles and more.
Fold the tiger tail in half, and cut it into two 6 inch pieces using the pliers. Take one of the cut pieces and fold it in half once again. With the flat end of the pliers, press the fold. Pass the earring hook through one side of the tiger-tail, until it rests in the fold. Pass a crimp bead through both ends, and push it right up close to the earring hooks. String one large bead onto the tiger tail end, followed by one small bead and a crimp. Press the crimp to seal the tiger tail end. Cut off the excess tail end. Repeat the entire procedure to make the second earring of the pair.
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