Torch Fired Pendant II DIY Tutorial
Master a new, very exiting and fast way to enamel copper.
The fired enamel colors are beautifully vibrant and each piece will be unique. Torch firing is addictive, you can never make only one piece !
Using the same enamels in different proportion or sifting sequence can give you very different results. Check the picture!, these are the same blues and greens on both pieces!
Learn to make an artisan sterling silver and enamel pendant.
Inside tab settings are an easy way to set your beautiful torch fired cabochon.
Fabricating this type of setting involves cutting and piercing with a jeweler’s saw, drilling pilot holes, filing ,sanding and soldering.
The project can be modified to be solder-less, but after torch firing, who is going to be scared of a tiny bit of soldering?
Texturing with stamps and the use of liver os sulfur patina on the silver gives you another way to personalize your project.
This tutorial will guide you through all these steps with photos and many tips to make everything easier.
This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. It has 10 pages, 29 photos and life size template of all the components.
For intermediate skill students (torch use experience recommended)
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