Manmade/Handmade Necklace Project Download

Inspired by art deco designs, this lab-created emerald necklace charms with an Old World, vintage quality.
SKU: EP18096

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Create and exquisite frog-encrusted turqoise and emerald green necklace inspired by vintage art deco pieces.

Skills: Advanced soldering, lapidary, stone setting, beading


  • Slab of RusGems standard emerald
  • Five strands of 3mm round Kingman turqoise beads
  • 13.5mm half-drilled pearl
  • 1" x1"16-gauge sterling silver sheet
  • 6" of 14-gauge round sterling silver wire, cut in half
  • 24" of 20-gauge round sterling silver wire
  • 4" 22-gauge half round sterling silver wire
  • 4" 12-gauge half round sterling silver wire
  • 4" 14-gauge half round wire
  • Sterling silver casting shot
  • Two 21mm cast sterling silver frogs
  • 10" SoftFlex Very Fine cable for beading
  • 4 2mm x 1.8mm crimps
  • 24 1mm x 1mm crimp beads
  • 24 2.5mm crimp covers
  • 2 sterling silver clasp and catch
  • Heavy sterling silver chain
  • Hard, medium, and easy solder in wire form
  • Extra easy past solder in a synringe
  • Midas Black Max oxidizer solution for patina


Design: color scanner/printer/copier and cell-phone camera
Lapidary: Eye protection, magnification, respirator, InlandCraft 6" SwapTop with diamond saw, 1200- and 3000-grit diamond flat laps, polishing lap; Fabuluster and a clean muslin buff on a bench polisher
Hand: Bench pin, giant black Sharpie Permanent Marker Pro with chisel tip, fine-tip Sharpie, scribe, jeweler's saw and 2/0 blades, blade lube, digital calipers, smooth bench block, spring-loaded center punch, #54 drill bit and flexible shaft with handpiece, vise, acetone and rag, regular half-round file, needle files, 3/4" Moore's medium, fine, X and XX-fine sanding disks and disk mandrel, fine-tipped wire cutters, heavy-dutry cutters, fine-tipped round nose pliers, chaine nose pliers, sandpaper in 400 to 1000-grit, 1mm bud bur, silicone polishing points in medium and fine grits
Soldering: Respirator or soldering ventilation system, 12"x12" soft Solderite soldering board, ballpoint pen, metal ruler, small flat-bladed screwdriver, sharp soldering pick, fine tweezers, cross-lock soldering tweezers, air/acetylene Smith Silversmith torch with #0 and #00 tips and tank of fuel, Prips flux in spray bottle, yellow ocher mixed with alcohol in an air-tight container, a small brush, quench, pickle pot and copper tongs
Finishing: Shot-filled tumbler setup, clean buffs, Tripoli and Fabuluster polishing compounds, hot, soapy water and tooth brush, Midas Black Max Patina, cotton swabs
Stone Setting: Blue painter's tape, 2-part colorless epoxy, clamp. Optional: flexible shaft hammer handpiece
Beading: Crimping pliers, bead cloth, bead stoppers

Originally published in Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, September/October 2019.

Additional Info
Additional Info
SKU EP18096
Product Type Project Download
Number Of Pages 7
File Type PDF
Author/Designer Betsy Lehndorff
Technique Metalsmithing, Stone Setting
Project Necklaces
Difficulty Level Experienced
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