Showing posts with label cold connections. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cold connections. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

What is on Your Jeweler's Bench Wednesday

Today hammering tubing into flat lengths, sawing separate tubing into rivets, dapping and then finally peening into place sliced tubing on the ends of the pieces.  All this to create components for bracelets and necklaces.  Debating on whether or not to put attribute words or deliciously placed symbols on some like I have been.


http://www.flickr.com/groups/wednesdayonthebench/ 
Group Description
Every Wednesday or a Wednesday that you happen to remember post to your blog or other social networking venue that you frequent, a photo of what is on it for that day and link back to this group.
You might want to describe what you are making or not it is up to you :) Just call it 'What is on Your Jeweler's Bench Wednesday' and you are good to go.
This group will be a collection of those photos which we all need and love for I am hungry for all the eye candy I can gather up.

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Inspiration everywhere for Wednesday


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Saturday, February 23, 2013

wonderful memorial pendant from a beautiful friend

My good friend Bobbi is a beautiful person inside and out and will never know how much this meant to me especially today.  I love it!!!!!!!
thank-you so very much,
xoxo

Monday, November 21, 2011

new rings

IMG_1740 by Stephanie Distler
IMG_1740, a photo by Stephanie Distler on Flickr.
18 gauge sterling silver sheet riveted with square 16 gauge brass wire and a bark texture hammered in.
A couple loved a copper ring I created a while back and then requested 2 in silver with the brass.
Love the look :)

Friday, November 04, 2011

New Collection

The components are coming together to develop a new Holiday line which includes wrapped bracelets and necklaces using chunky glass and stones, lovely quoted jewelry, riveted layered pendants and mixed media bracelets. Everything is textured and antiqued to show loads of detail.
More, more, more to come :)

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