jewelry. Friday , August 04th , 2017 - 18:02:52 PM
Tribal people, since ancient times, have always used the pods of plants and seeds as beads. Later, they learned to make beads from clay, painting them with bright colors. And much later, when glass made its appearance, sometime around 3000 BC, it transformed the concept of beaded jewelry forever. In fact, glass became so popular that the Egyptians as well as the Mesopotamians, and subsequently the Israelites, the Romans, and the Indians from the sub-continent created glass beads, using their own cultural norms on the art.
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.
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Now arrange all the pieces that you want to use in your collage. Make sure they are placed at as much an even level as possible.
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