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Sunday, February 13, 2011

RING No. 44

For today's ring, I dug out a few random bits and pieces from undergrad. The ring shank is a hollow formed piece that was made in Jewelry 2 or 3 as a sample for a silver ring. It has been in a bin of scrap metal for about four years, open and unfinished. The box cut out was something I started but never finished. It was a larger piece of metal, but I cut it down so it would fit the band proportionally. After soldering, I sandblasted, tumbled, and blackened the ring with liver of sulfur.

Materials: Copper
Dimensions: 1 x 1.25 x 1.25 inches

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