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How To Take Care Of Your Silver Jewellery

How to take care of your silver jewellery

  • January 15, 2017

When we buy our piece of silver jewellery it always looks so beautiful and shiny. But unfortunately silver jewellery tarnishes overtime and before you know it your piece starts going blackish. This is just what silver does, so don't feel guilty. Luckily it is really easy to take care of your jewels. Here are a few very handy tips for you on…

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Resins And Plastics

Resins and Plastics

  • October 15, 2012

Working in different materials can be so refreshing just to get your creative juices flowing again.  As an exchange student in Germany I got to attend many classes that wasn't just the normal goldsmith classes I was used to.  From ceramics to stone cutting to electroforming. The one class I attended was called New Materials, which basically just included experimenting…

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Berlin Berlin

Berlin Berlin

  • September 12, 2012

I am once again living in Germany! I loved it here so much as an exchange student I decided to come live here for a year, but this time not as a jeweller, but as an Au-pair. Now I find myself reminiscing on projects and jewels i made two years ago when I was studying here and missing my jewellery bench…

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Electroforming Part 2

Electroforming part 2

  • May 8, 2012

I'v finally finished some more electroforming pieces after some very annoying technical difficulties with my machine. My diy machine has a bit of a mind of its own sometimes.  Some of the pieces came out great, but still not sure about some of them. I am still trying to figure out the technique completely. But I am definitely having fun…

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Electroforming In Pforzheim

Electroforming in Pforzheim

  • March 5, 2012

Electroforming is truly my new  favourite technique! I was introduced to this technique in my few months as exchange student at Pforzheim design school in Germany.  I collected anything I could find with an interesting shape to cover with metal. Basically electroforming is covering an object with metal by chemical reaction. First you have to make your object conductive by…

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