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    Ha ha, I wasn't seriously thinking they would only be 5 btw, and yes my customers look at me aghast when I tell them how much my work is too - they just don't realise the time and effort involved!

    Two rings in a hour seems pretty good as a first attempt - you'll prob get quicker as you do more as well.

    Good luck with them - I think they will sell well!

    Yes - is now or never for my ears...

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    Love those rings of yours and how clever to make your own ring liners
    I've just seen the circles ring with enamel in - it's gorgeous!!
    Yep I think the 35 - 45 pricing would be about right (I've just checked and it's what my similar style fine silver band rings sell out at).

    So if you now have midnight blue enamel in your "lunar craters" what are you calling your new range.....

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    Default Poetic phrase is not my line!!

    I've no idea - I'm hopeless at catchy descriptions! Somehow I think anything with craters in the title will crash and burn!! Feel free to offer suggestions!!

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    How about the "Eclipse" range?
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    Thumbs up Brilliant suggestion!!

    Me thinks you have done this sort of thing before!! That sounds really fitting as I think these rings will eclipse anything I have done before!! Thanks for that suggestion -....erm you are not wanting a cut of the profits are you??

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    ROFL - nope
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    loving the rings ... very nice

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    Talking I still want to know your ring size fellow forum folk!

    Thanks Julie. I've nearly finished the piece of fine silver sheet I bought to 'play' with - and as it all seems to have gone so well I am trying to decide how much to buy for the next order. The fact that you all seem to like the finished rings has been very encouraging (and my daughter has just ordered one of the 'eclipse' rings (thank you Nic!!) so I think I can invest more than a fiver on it!!!

    I am still interested to hear other people's ring size though.....so please keep adding to my Ring Size Database!!

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    My wedding ring finger is a 'K', I tend to make rings for men and women between k - R. I was wondering the very same thing the other day!

    Lovely rings Solunar, I particularly like the flower one, I can't believe how quick you can make them, mine take forevvvvvvvvvvvvver. I must get a kiln

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    Hi Barbara (Solunar)
    What thickness of fine silver sheet did you use for your ring liners?
    I've tried the commercial ones but they're cost prohibitive to use for classes
    (never thought of just fusing some, duh!)

    Hope you're going to put some on your website for folks who are afraid of flames & have gas stoves

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