Freeform Flair Ring

Brass and copper wire ring created with high and focused heat. Recommended to use Smith Little Torch.
SKU: EP12243

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The Smith Little Torch is a perfect way to get the power and functionality of a traditional torch while being able to use it in a small space. Since this torch is used with small tanks you can safely use it in a home studio without large tanks that need to be permanently secured. Brass and copper wire can be difficult to work with, as they need a torch with high and focused heat. A butane micro torch may be used for this project, but it will take longer and sometimes the results are not as good.

Tools and Supplies: oo 14- or 16-gauge brass or copper square wire, 1'
  • Cabochon stone between ¾" to 1" in diameter
  • Metal ring mandrel
  • Flush cutters
  • Chain-nose pliers
  • Ruler
  • Smith Little Torch with disposable Oxygen and Propane Tanks, or compatible torch
  • Soldering surface (such as charcoal block and rotating soldering pan with pumice)
  • Solder pick
  • Third hand
  • Solder
  • Tweezers
  • Pickle, pickle pot and copper tongs
  • Plastic or rawhide mallet
  • Brass paste solder, or other solder
  • 600-grit emery paper
  • 0000 steel wool
  • Rotary tumbler, optional
  • Dremel with silicone polisher or radial disc, optional
  • Liver of sulfur, optional
  • Originally Published: Step by Step Wire Jewelry, April/May 2015
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    SKU EP12243
    Author/Speaker/Editor Kate Richbourg
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