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All posts tagged "cabochons"
Daily Wire Tip: What Does Intarsia Mean?
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip Question: I’m curious. You mentioned that cabs can be used for intarsia. To me, intarsia is a knitting term. What is intarsia when applied to jewelry making? Answer: Yes, the term “intarsia”...
- Posted June 9, 2010
Daily Wire Tip April 12: How Do I Identify Unlabeled Stones and Beads?
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip April 12, 2010 Question: In keeping with the “full disclosure to our customers” theme, do you know of a good resource to help me correctly identify all the unlabeled stones, beads, cabs, etc....
- Posted April 12, 2010
Daily Wire Tip April 2: Wire Size for Wrapping a Cabochon
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip April 02, 2010 Question: I have a 14mm cabochon and its my first time wrapping a cabochon, and I would like to make a pendant out of it. Which wire gauge would be good for...
- Posted April 2, 2010
Daily Wire Tip Feb. 19: Shining Home Made Cabochons
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip February 19, 2010 Question: If I make my own cabochons out of clay, how do I get them shiny? Answer: Are you working in polymer, art clay, PMC or something else? Although I do...
- Posted February 19, 2010
Daily Wire Tip Dec. 17: Where to Purchase Faceted Gemstones
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip December 17, 2009 Question: I would love to purchase some faceted gemstones to let into rings and bracelets. I am not looking for CZs, but true semi-precious gemstones. Any ideas? Answer: Wire-Sculpture...
- Posted December 17, 2009