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Engraved glass plate
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Finally got a good picture of this thing. This was what I made for the Thematic Bracelet assignment from MassART's jewelry program.

Based off the pattern from this video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVM-dC… Except instead of aviation shears and a ball-peen, I used a jewelers saw and other small metalworking techniques.

Made out of a sheet of Nu-Gold (Brass alloy) and Bronze (90% Cu, 10% Sn) and a piece of Sterling Silver sweat soldiered on to the knuckle plate. The stone is a chunk of Pietersite that I cut up and shaped into a cab. I am amazed that I didn't melt the fine silver bezel wire.

The rivets were copper pre-fabs with one side already set, and the washers were Brass. I ordered them from an AMAZING website that has EVERYTHING: www.mcmaster.com/

Close up on the stone: fav.me/d4pbjb4

Here's a video of the articulation: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vs-y3C…

Completed on December 9th, 2011.

EDIT: I found an older photo that shows off the two different metals much better: countmagnus.deviantart.com/art…
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A dining table I made from recycled I-beams for clients in New Jersey in 2011.Not sure why it didn't get uploaded then.
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This piece, recently completed for a wonderful client of mine, is the largest 2d tree I've made so far, and by far has the most stones EVAR. My final count was 2137, and of course there's some small margin for error there but it's fairly close. My original estimate before starting work was about 1000 stones... after I ripped apart V1.0 and started over, and then finished a second time, I guessed about 1500. After counting I could see that I need some practice with my estimates!!


This beast was designed to hang in a piano window in my client's home, and will have a fuller, more green partner created for her matching window sometime in the near future. It's wrapped into a custom made 1/4" metal ring 12" in diameter, so it will not warp or sag over time and hanging with the weight of all those genuine Peridot stones and solid copper wire. My client has planned a method of hanging involving hooks and the sturdiest fishing line ever made, I think. I hope to get a picture of the installation once it's up in the window :)


While I was quite sad to see it go (and so was my son! i think he thought this was his the entire time I was working on it), I'm glad my client was happy with the end result and I'm already planning the next. Hope you enjoy!

Tiffany Rose
www.frozenrosedesign.com

*e.t.a.*
thank you all so much for the wonderful feedback and favourites and collections!! hard to believe so many in just one day... thank you all!! <3 <3 <3 I'd love to reply to each favourite individually but I know myself well enough to say that I just don't have the time to catch up to it all, what with chasing around the mini evil knievel who seems to rule this roost. You are all wonderful and thank you so much for your support!
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Silver plated wire wrapped bangle bracelet with nice cherry amber bead (reconstructed amber - 70% natural baltic amber), garnet beads, and tiny silver plated beads beads and some leaves.

It's available in my Etsy-shop: [link]

Matching ear cuff and ring:
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Koala! A commissioned piece, definitely a lot of fun to make.

Wire mesh frame
Silver CD shards
Steel frame (eucalyptus stand)
Silver spray paint
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Some views of the bottle..
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Been visualizing this piece for some years...finally manifested...

Crusty,gnarly,Oceanic exterior with concentric pattern of tubercules and spikes,but still evident an overall sensuous spiral symmetry.ORGANIC ARCHITECTURE in one of it's supreme manifestations...

Welded,forged. stainless steel (with heat patina).
Overall length 5-1/2 inches

SOLD Jan 29,2011
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handmade necklace
technique: wire-wrapping
materials: silver, chalcedony, tanzanite

by Bartosz Ciba

website: [link]
facebook: [link]
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ring - brass, adularia, iolite, patina
more here [link]
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