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    Congratulations and how exciting. 50/+ must be a...

    Congratulations and how exciting.
    50/+ must be a good age for decisions as I came back into making when I hit it. I decided that if I didn't do it in this lifetime, I certainly wouldn't get another...
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    Thank you for the reply. PM sent

    Thank you for the reply. PM sent
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    Same here.I assumed that there was a joe public...

    Same here.I assumed that there was a joe public price and a trade price for business buyers.
  4. Thank you for all the kind comments.What a lovely...

    Thank you for all the kind comments.What a lovely start to 2017.
  5. My Christmas rose pendant. It measures 4.5cms x...

    My Christmas rose pendant.
    It measures 4.5cms x 2.5cms and I used 1.5 mm sheet. Weight including chain is just under 40gms.

    Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year to all on the forum

    9666
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    Hi Gaby. I do a lot of piercing work,...

    Hi Gaby. I do a lot of piercing work, particularly Celtic patterns and agree with Dennis about using the saw blade for the inside work. I will use a file if I can get it inside the hole but otherwise...
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    I wanted to take metalwork at school but that...

    I wanted to take metalwork at school but that wasn't for the girls.I left school at 16 and spent 2 years with a self-taught jewellery maker. I went on to run my own shop for 8 years until the early...
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    No: 5 on FAQs London Assay Office Can I apply...

    No: 5 on FAQs London Assay Office
    Can I apply my sponsor's mark to items that do not need hallmarking?
    Yes. You can apply your sponsor's mark to any items that you make or sell that do not already...
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    All the Celtic pattern rings I make are pierced....

    All the Celtic pattern rings I make are pierced. It gives better definition to the pattern. I use either just the one layer of piercing or solder that layer on to a backing plate. Definitely not the...
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    That's rotten news.The same thoughts as everyone...

    That's rotten news.The same thoughts as everyone else, thank you and I hope things turn around very quickly for you.
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    Thank you. It's a little strange having somebody...

    Thank you. It's a little strange having somebody else working in the same place as I'm so used to being on my own but fun to bounce ideas off each other.
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    Thank you. I'm sure he'll be on soon.

    Thank you. I'm sure he'll be on soon.
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    Thanks Steve. It was all very quick and easy...

    Thanks Steve. It was all very quick and easy looking at the different shapes that Dave could have on the computer. It will be a special moment for him when he strikes his first piece.

    Thank you.It...
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    Proud Mum moment

    When I started my jewellery making career at 16 it was more by error than design and I didn't think I would still be making after 37 years.

    Yesterday my son registered with LAO and is starting his...
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    Hi, PM sent

    Hi, PM sent
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    I can't edit the post to correct some of the...

    I can't edit the post to correct some of the figures quoted as I'd mistakenly left early hall charges on some and omitted vat.It actually makes for even more of an increase. Not labouring the point...
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    I have no problem with a rise in costs and accept...

    I have no problem with a rise in costs and accept that the charge is cheaper than some other countries. The point I was trying to make was that it is not a modest price rise, it is a fairly hefty...
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    Same here.

    Same here.
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    Well put. Agree with all you say.

    Well put. Agree with all you say.
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    So discussing something that I disagree with is...

    So discussing something that I disagree with is now classed as "moaning" is it? Not very politely put if you don't mind my saying so.
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    No just a higher overall charge for ALL services...

    No just a higher overall charge for ALL services whether you use them or not.
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    You've had 2 responses from 2 customers on here...

    You've had 2 responses from 2 customers on here and I can't speak for Wallace but I don't think the charges are being well received. You as in Goldsmiths' know you have us all over a barrel and...
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    The letter from Goldsmiths which I had on...

    The letter from Goldsmiths which I had on February 25th informed me as a "valued customer" about 2015 Price Adjustment. I am not so stupid as to assume or expect prices to remain the same or not to...
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    It's 30 items not 36.I don't want the assay...

    It's 30 items not 36.I don't want the assay Office to mark my items. Part of my pride as a maker is to mark my own things. I know there was a minimum charge before. I've been with London since 1981...
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