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Orchid Monday, November 02, 2009
   
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    A Rose, a Ring and the Dino War Machine
    by hansmeevis

    Here is a commisioned gold Rose pendant set with a Rhodolite garnet.
    The leaves are 18ct white gold. This flower is made from an
    instructive video that is available here and was made by an
    excellent metalsmith Luis. F. Moreno. Check the benchtube videos
    out. They are a wonderment..... 

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    http://meevis.ganoksin.com/blogs/2009/11/02/

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    Love Moonstone? Help Us Show One To It's Best!
    Robyn Hawk

    This is YOUR big chance - design an original setting for this
    incredible 5.25 carat Moonstone! Hand rendered or on computer -
    entries will be accepted November 1st - November 20th.For more info -
    run over and become a fan of David Kodner - complete contest info and
    rules under the "Contest Rules" tab..... 

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    http://dailyjewel.ganoksin.com/blogs/2009/11/02/

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    John Rasmussen

    Spent most of the weekend playing in the streets (paramedic) and
    having fun. Needed to relieve some stress, so I got out my tools,
    stones and wire. This asymmetric pattern just seemed to fit the
    stone so well: So much fun to make. John.... 

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    http://rasmussengems.ganoksin.com/blogs/2009/10/19/272/


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