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  • #11044
    eclairewl
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    I just read Roxane’s comment.  If you fuse fine silver wire into the glass, it will come out white.  I have never found a polishing cloth to be effective, so I always tumble.  The fused glass is hard and the shot in the tumbler is not sharp.  My only concern would be if your glass is only a single layer and not fused onto another piece, it could be more breakable.

     

    Claire

    #11045
    bookie13
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    I’ve tumbled lots of pieces and no problem with breakage.

     

    Barry Kaiser

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    #11046
    eclairewl
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    Wedding rings are traditionally unbroken circles of precious metal to symbolize the eternal union of the couple.

    Engagement rings traditionally are set with a gemstone.

     

     

    Claire

    #11047
    mullady628
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    Hello,

         I have had good luck with price and shipping with monsterslayer.com

    #11048
    dorra
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    Is there any chance we could see your jewelry work? I am really into turquoise jewelry and I am interested in your kind of work. I hope you found the supplies you needed.

    #11049
    Stephen Richard
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    I’m afraid that if you wan tunique you will need to make them yourself, or commission someone.  All the ones you can find in catalogues are made in thousands.

    Stephen Richard

    blogs at: http://www.verrier-glass.blogspot.com/   and  http://www.glasstips.blogspot.com/

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