jewelry. Tuesday , September 26th , 2017 - 05:02:50 AM
2. Grind the bottom side of the piece to an even thickness and a slow taper to the cut end. The thinner the piece is the easier it will be to bend on the metal rod. File the edges of the ground area to a smooth, rounded finish and you are now ready to bend it.
Cut the beading wire into two pieces, one 9'' and the other 11'' in length with the help of wire cutter. Thread a jump ring through both the beading wires and then string one of the crimp beads through the wires. Thread the smaller sized pearls through the shorter wire and keep adding more until you are 1 inch away from its end. Now thread the larger pearls through the longer beading wire until you are four inches away from the end. Thread the accent bead and then thread the larger pearls until you are 1 inch away from the end of the beading wire. Thread a crimp bead through both the beading wires followed by a jump ring. Attach required length of lace to the beading wire on both sides by knotting lace through the jump rings. Tie a little bow with the lace on one side of the necklace and your necklace is done.
The first thing to remember is the carat weight of the diamond. Carat weight is a unit of measure equal to about a small paper clip, or.2 grams. The value of two diamonds of equal weight can vary widely based upon the other 3 points, color, clarity, and cut.
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