Silver Wave Bangle Jewelry Making Project

ALL YOU NEED TO FORM the opposing curves of this bracelet are a simple planishing hammer and a flat anvil, combined with your soldering and fabrication skills
SKU: EP10065

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ALL YOU NEED TO FORM the opposing curves of this bracelet are a simple planishing hammer and a flat anvil, combined with your soldering and fabrication skills. This project was developed as a way to produce anticlastic forms with basic jewelry tools that are easy to find and readily available in most silversmithing studios. It's a great project for anyone who likes to feel the metal move beneath the hammer.
Required Material:
22 or 20 gauge sterling silver sheet
OPTIONAL: yellow 10/14 alloy casting grains
flat hand file
needle file set
chain nose pliers
steel bracelet mandrel (round)
flat anvil
texturing hammer
ball peen or embossing hammer
rawhide or nylon mallet
torch
fire brick
flux
solder
tweezers
third arm
crock pot with pickling compound
copper tongs
brass brush
dish liquid
sanding stick
inside ring sanding mandrel
320-grit sandpaper
liver of sulfur
old toothbrush or similar brush
handheld rotary tool (Dremel or Foredom flex-shaft)
3M radial bristle discs mounted 3 or more together on a rotary mandrel (any grit will work)
felt lap
Tripoli
mini mounted felt polishing wheels
jewelers rouge
OPTIONAL: polishing motor
Technique:
Metalsmithing
Originally Published: Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist March 2014

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SKU EP10065
Author/Speaker/Editor Robyn Cornelius
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