Daily Wire Tip Jan. 23: Using an Odd Shaped Stone to Make a Ring

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Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip
January 23, 2010


I have a customer that gave me a stone and said she wanted a ring made. Well, the stone is not a normal stone that you would put in a ring, well what I put in rings anyway, so do you have any patterns I could use. The stone is triangle and flat.


Almost any stone can be made into a ring using the Classic Cabochon or Pharaoh’s Ring pattern.

Answer contributed by Dale “Cougar” Armstrong

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    January 23, 2010 at 10:01 am

    Where would I find the classic cabochon or Pharaoh’s ring pattern>

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    January 25, 2010 at 9:09 am

    Oh don’t you hate it when someone brings you a shape that isn’t what you were expecting? It suddenly requires a bit more thought as to the design for sure. Dale is right, the Pharoah’s ring will work fine for that. I have had her show me that it can be done and it turns out looking great~~~