jewelry. Tuesday , November 14th , 2017 - 18:02:49 PM
3. A to wide, 4 long piece of fiber (which is what I use) or a hard wood, such as maple, with a half moon cut out in the side is good to use to pound the piece into the circle that we want to achieve. With the rod positioned securely in a vice or cradled in a wooden jig, place the piece of silverware over the rod with the half-moon cutout directly over the rod on top of the piece and pound with a hammer. Work your way the length of the piece and it will begin taking shape. You can use a pair of adjustable pliers with leather over the jaws and taped in place to help bend the piece, never use metal tools directly against the silverware as it will scratch or mar the surface. Keep working the metal until you have a true circle and it is the size you want.
There are many jewelry boxes available out there that you can hang on the wall, but this particular box has an extra special feature. On the outside, it actually doubles as a collage picture frame. It has nine different places where you can display photographs of all your loved ones for the world to see.
◆ Pick a ring setting which keeps the stone in the center so that it can be seen in its full glory. If you wish to hold the stone above the band, choose a ring which has a prong setting. Apart from this, you have the option of choosing the bezel setting where the stone is safely place on top of the band. Now, if there are more than one stones in your ring, you can opt for a cluster ring setting where the stones are placed in a variety of different designs.
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