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Tanzanian Ruby Find Brings Hope - By Hamza Kondo
High quality ruby is being mined in the province of Rukwa , in the southern highlands of Tanzania , according to local sources. Miners in the region are calling the material "Burma" or "pigeon blood" ruby, a reference to the most desirable colors on the market today....
Tags: | GemBiz |
Using a Millimeter Gauge to Place Gems for Graver Setting - By Gary Dawson
Meticulous planning and tedious layout are a big part of a goldsmiths life at the bench. It usually pays dividends to thoughtfully plan gemstone layout for graver setting. If youre off by just 0.1 mm in one direction or another, you can sometimes visually ruin the aesthetics of an expensive project...
Tags: | Stone Setting | Bench Tips & Tricks |
Dreaming in Metal - The Jewelry of Steff Korsage - By Nina Graci
Jewelry artist Steff Korsage followed her own determined path to find her own distinct voice, making hollow forms from metal - as individual beads and elements in eye-catching jewelry. One night in 1992, Steff Korsage had an auspicious dream. She dreamed of metal, geometric pieces of metal, filling...
Tags: | Behind The Design |
Notes about Buffing and Polishing Materials - By John Fisher
Almost any metal or hard plastic item can be buffed to a high polish or a satin sheen with the correct buffing wheel and the proper polishing compound. This includes copper pots, doorknobs, golf clubs and switch plates, to name a few common items. The molecular composition of different metals is as...
Tags: | Polishing | Shop Machines |
19 Jewelry Making Bench Tips and Tricks - By Bradney W. Simon
19 Jewelry Making Bench Tips and Tricks
Tags: | Bench Tips & Tricks |