Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Copper rings made in jewellery school

So here are 4 of the rings I made in class, we had to explore wire twisting, mobius twist, and twists in nature, as well as learn the basics of metalwork such as piercing, drilling, annealing, soldering, polishing and such.

Top left - wire wrapped, soldered with a mobius twist.
Top right - some copper clay beads I wanted to use - no twists there :-)
Bottom left - roller milled wire, convex shank
Bottom right - twisted wire bead that rotates - a fiddle ring

We will now start learning stone setting! Yay!

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