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Die Ring, Meg Dattoria - forrmed ring with inset green stone. Brass, Silver, Cabochon Stone
Jel Flux technique heat patina technique - trick is in the torch firing, you need to get the copper red hot, then wait a little bit before quenching in water. As soon as you take it out of the water the colour is there. Applying the heat can also be done in a toaster oven, set to 180 C ( 350 F) the piece on the left was cooked for 30 minutes. You’ll need to time this visually as the weight and size of the copper will play a part in the time required.
baharal + gnida. Sculptural form is at the core of the jewelry objects Talya Baharal and Gene Gnida create. Their work is hand-formed and constructed of sterling silver, bronze, copper and steel, achieving a formidable visual scale yet very light and wearable. Abstracting bold contemporary form while drawing inspiration from iconic themes is at the heart of the their work.
Kate Case. Pebble pendants, hand formed and fabricated, Sterling silver, 18ct gold, gilding metal. www.katecase.com