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    As with my previous reply, You can browse here...

    As with my previous reply, You can browse here https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=professional+jewellery+finishing+services.

    Alternatively you can use the free notice boards at...
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    There are obviously plenty around, but I doubt...

    There are obviously plenty around, but I doubt you will get a recommendation here Krystina, as most of us take our own.
    All you can do is browse their web sites and approach one whose work you...
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    Definitely on the right road. Welcome, Dennis.

    Definitely on the right road. Welcome, Dennis.
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    If cutting straight lines, You will make more...

    If cutting straight lines, You will make more progress by leaning the blde forward for a few strokes and then up righting it in a sort of slow rocking motion while sawing. Dennis.
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    Yes I'll do that thank you. Dennis.

    Yes I'll do that thank you. Dennis.
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    As Peter says, it can feel as if the blade is...

    As Peter says, it can feel as if the blade is sticking. A 2/0 blade is about right for a smooth finish on 3.00mm sheet.

    Frequently lubricate by applying beeswax or candle grease to the back of the...
  7. Yes, nose to the grindstone, shoulder to the...

    Yes, nose to the grindstone, shoulder to the wheel, steer a straight course and go to bed exhausted. Thank you for liking my animals. Dennis.
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    Thank you, Wallace. You are rather tempted to...

    Thank you, Wallace. You are rather tempted to lick them to see whether they are sweet. Dennis.
  9. Yes, if you want them cast you will need to make...

    Yes, if you want them cast you will need to make a master in each size, which is only really appropriate if you are starting a business.
    I must say, as someone in the same position, it's...
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    Always assuming the adhesive used is...

    Always assuming the adhesive used is thermoplastic. Who knows what they used though, if they are old?
    Here is a discussion on the subject and the answer seems to be using boiling water (or a...
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    Yes? Go on then Wendy.

    Yes? Go on then Wendy.
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    Mm how to do it, that is the question.

    Mm how to do it, that is the question.
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    Yes, once I get to smell a waffle, I can't be...

    Yes, once I get to smell a waffle, I can't be held responsible for my actions.
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    The Marshmallow Bracelet.

    When I completed my second acrylic suite, which you can see in my album by clicking the link below, I also had a request for a pastel coloured set waiting.

    Luckily, I found a supplier with a...
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    Well done Scarlet. Well Done Wallace. Dennis

    Well done Scarlet. Well Done Wallace. Dennis
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    Yes that is what I think about in the middle of...

    Yes that is what I think about in the middle of the night. Dennis.
  17. https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q...

    https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=custom+logo+punch+for+jewellers Dennis.
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    Hi Evie and welcome back. It needs a lot of...

    Hi Evie and welcome back.
    It needs a lot of practice to use a tap and die set for this and get a tight fit. Apart from that they are quite pricey.
    You are right in supposing that pearls are...
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    Yes you're right, Theresa. The more solid the...

    Yes you're right, Theresa. The more solid the connection the easier they are to put on.
    Chains are easy to make from just jump rings, but can keep you fiddling for ages to get them on. A compromise...
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    Some members have also recommended West 1...

    Some members have also recommended West 1 Castings, Hatton garden. You cold also consider having them cast in two halves and soldering together, to save weight.

    My pictures show an experiment for...
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    I mean these,...

    I mean these, Bob:https://www.cooksongold.com/category_select.jsp?channel=uk&query=Radial+disks
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    Probably is better to use the earpins with the...

    Probably is better to use the earpins with the flat disc instead the normal ones.
    No, they scream amateur. Use the plain ones, in a small pit. Support them with self closing tweezers, balanced on...
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    AE Ward in London have CZ's and coloured crystals...

    AE Ward in London have CZ's and coloured crystals of good quality. Their web site is difficult to negotiate and may not show them, so it is best to phone. Dennis.
    http://www.aewgems.co.uk/
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    Almost impossible to do neatly, but you can try,...

    Almost impossible to do neatly, but you can try, emery boards for nails, cut to a pointy shape with a snap off craft knife, followed by radial disks, starting with yellow at slow speed.

    Better to...
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    A matte finish will hide firescale sufficiently...

    A matte finish will hide firescale sufficiently to pass and can be achieved with many abrasives listed below. The problem is only that any raised addition to the design will stop the tool, or pad...
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