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    Nope! Sterling, and fully hard at that. I'm sure...

    Nope! Sterling, and fully hard at that. I'm sure I had some plan for it at the time, but it's probably been lurking at the bottom of my bullion drawer for 20 odd years.
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    I have some 0.15mm, but I can't for the life of...

    I have some 0.15mm, but I can't for the life of me remember where it came from. I've never managed to think of anything much to do with it though!
  3. Thread: Hello

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    Hello Susana, and welcome :)

    Hello Susana, and welcome :)
  4. Thread: Two For One

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    I love your acrylic pieces Dennis - they're fun...

    I love your acrylic pieces Dennis - they're fun and stylish but always perfectly executed :)

    The zodiac necklace is very nice indeed, and I suspect will be worn a lot. It's just the right size...
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    Do you have a Cookson customer number? That will...

    Do you have a Cookson customer number? That will usually be sufficient for them to give you a login/account.
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    Take a look at the Marathon 3 here:...

    Take a look at the Marathon 3 here: https://www.eurofindings.com/series/1781/pendant-drill-micromotor - you may need to register to see prices, but under 100 (ex vat of course) and actually in the...
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    Only about three thousand odd miles, I suppose?

    Only about three thousand odd miles, I suppose?
  8. Thread: Hello

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    Good result! I'm pleased you got it all to work...

    Good result! I'm pleased you got it all to work in the end :)
  9. Oh well done Maria - I think I might have ducked...

    Oh well done Maria - I think I might have ducked this one (after a bad experience with something similar!)
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    I wonder if the little rings used on orthodontic...

    I wonder if the little rings used on orthodontic braces might work? I've used these successfully as spacers for something similar in the past.

    This kind of thing -...
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    And I can only echo the same sentiments - stay...

    And I can only echo the same sentiments - stay safe everyone and let's hope next year will be a better one.
  12. Thread: Ear wires

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    I can tell the difference, and these are in...

    I can tell the difference, and these are in piercings that are forty years old. I'm told that there is a difference depending on how the original piercing was done and where, but I cannot wear...
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    Now that shows that you don't wear earrings...

    Now that shows that you don't wear earrings Dennis. The moment you have a heavily forged area on the wire like that, you risk it travelling up into the piercing, where it cuts and irritates. Horrid....
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    I like the top right as well - it looks very...

    I like the top right as well - it looks very comfortable - but I'd probably most like to wear the bottom left one, which is the perfect pinky ring IMO - unobtrusive, won't bang into things and just a...
  15. Gold filled is heat/pressure bonded - not...

    Gold filled is heat/pressure bonded - not something you can do at home. I would be extremely sceptical about anyone who says they can solder gold filled - the gold WILL burn off long before you reach...
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    I don't know if it's any help, but I'm very...

    I don't know if it's any help, but I'm very seriously considering selling my (very genuine) SR, as well as a couple of extra handpieces and a hammer handpiece. I don't think I use it enough to...
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    That's so sweet - and what a nice thing to do....

    That's so sweet - and what a nice thing to do. I'm sure your wife's delighted at having such a classy container for her meds! Well done on the hinging - it's not easy and your end result looks great....
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    I've used it for a long time - saves queuing in...

    I've used it for a long time - saves queuing in the horrible PO (which is now in our useless WHS rather than being a proper one) and mean I don't have to worry about always having the right sorts of...
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    Oh Dennis, thank you - what a lovely cheering...

    Oh Dennis, thank you - what a lovely cheering sight (and story) on a very gloomy day. I love that the crests give them so much more expression than they would have without :)
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    I loved watching this being made - and the end...

    I loved watching this being made - and the end result is just delicious. You should be feeling very smug indeed :)
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    I don't have this particular model, but I've been...

    I don't have this particular model, but I've been using magnetic polishers for years, and had the same problem to start with. Then I realised that the supplied pins were far to big and aggressive, so...
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    He's just gorgeous! He reminds me very much of...

    He's just gorgeous! He reminds me very much of some animal brooches my lovely great aunt had, which she'd had made for her in the 30's - she had one to represent each new country she visited - and...
  23. Welcome Gill, I've gone to Betts (the tool bit...

    Welcome Gill,
    I've gone to Betts (the tool bit was formerly Suttons) for Pepe stuff in the past - I have a few of their tools and have found them to consistently good. They don't carry all stock,...
  24. I have a couple of jump ring makers (though not...

    I have a couple of jump ring makers (though not the pepe one above which is far too complicated IMO), and I still end up cutting by hand nine times out of ten - and I cut hundreds, sometimes...
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    I love your triangular wire designs Dennis -...

    I love your triangular wire designs Dennis - makes me hanker after a drawbench all the more!
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