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    Workshop for handmade sellers

    I know that some of you are trying to make a business with your jewellery making endevours so I thought I'd share Renae Christine's "Sell Out Formula" workshop from yesterday. There's a replay up for...
  2. Thanks, I'll check out Allied Gold!

    Thanks, I'll check out Allied Gold!
  3. Ethically sourced silver chain in Europe?

    I make silver jewellery and try to keep to ethically sourced silver. Usually, I use Argentium silver and eco (recycled) 999 silver. I have problems trying to source chains in Europe though. Cooks...
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    Turns out there's a risk customs will collect...

    Turns out there's a risk customs will collect quite a bit of money if I order outside Europe. Back to searching for European suppliers.
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    Wow, brilliant! Thanks for the find!

    Wow, brilliant! Thanks for the find!
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    That's really too bad, I wonder why not more...

    That's really too bad, I wonder why not more suppliers carry it. Fairtrade silver is something that I have looked at also, but I find no chains available whatsoever :/
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    I wish I could make my own chain as well, but I...

    I wish I could make my own chain as well, but I want a very fine one, 1mm max, so that would be quite tricky. :)
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    Argentium Silver Chains?

    Anyone know where I can find an Argentium silver chain supplier in Europe? I know Rio Grande carries what I need, but they charge a fortune to ship to Sweden. There is a Swedish supplier, PMC, who...
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    Thanks Ceri for that info. I have actually...

    Thanks Ceri for that info.

    I have actually found fairtrade silver in an american shop so apparently it's available! :)
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    Jewellery will in a sense never be truly ethical...

    Jewellery will in a sense never be truly ethical due to the materials not being renewable. I wish precious metals and stones grew on trees, but alas.

    Many times I find that the most available...
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