Classic Three-Stone Cuff Jewelry Making Project

This cuff is very representative of the cuffs the Navajo started making in the 1920s and '30s
SKU: EP10069

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This cuff is very representative of the cuffs the Navajo started making in the 1920s and '30s. There are many variations of this basic design, with one, two, three, or as many stones as you have room for on your arm. Boost your soldering and stone setting skills with this cuff project or make yours anything you can imagine!
Required Material:
The size of your stones will dictate the dimensions and quantity of silver you will need
24 gauge sheet sterling silver
4 gauge half round sterling silver wire
10 gauge half round sterling silver wire
20 gauge round sterling silver wire
26 gauge fine silver bezel wire
Sterling scraps for rain drops
3 cabochons of your choosing (not too big, not too small)
soldering set-up
"T" pins
polishing equipment
flex shaft
Silver Black or liver of sulfur
Jeweler's saw with #1/0 blades
files
rawhide mallet
straight line stamp
brass mallet
oval bracelet mandrel
flush cutters
hand drill w/hook
bench vise
steel bench block
Sharpie® marker
Technique:
Metalsmithing
Originally Published: Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist April 2014

Additional Info
Additional Info
SKU EP10069
Author/Speaker/Editor Jeff Fulkerson
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ISBN 13 N/A
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