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Jewelry 101

One of the things on my long To-Do list is to continuously update this blog with manufacturing information.  Now that we have a new website and blog up and running, thanks to the ladies at Kizmato, I have a great new forum for postings and discussions!  One of the reasons I love designing jewelry so much is that I love even more how it's made.  In this section of the blog, From the Bench, I'll be sharing information about manufacturing, from the Lost-Wax Casting Method to stone cutting and answering some of the many questions that come up when creating a custom design piece.  This is going to be fun, so stay tuned!  Til then, here is a picture of some melting gold :)


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l clean all my gold jewellery in tatomo sauce(ketchup), put in a small bowl cover with sauce and leave for a few hours, then rinse carefully in water (plug the sink) if tarnish is really subborn give a light rub while rinsing, l do this about every five months, the acid i think in the tatomo sauce just seems to eat it away

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