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    Default Awkward Cuff WITH picture this time

    Posted the pic of the cuff but for some reason it didnt come out on the post. Try again..... It isnt finished yet, has to be polished and hallmarked. The bezel and squares are 9ct gold. Customer has seen it and loves it, cant wait for it to be on her wrist, thank goodness, made out of 2mm silver sheet, it is very very heavy, glad I dont have to wear it.

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    Well done Pat!! Your perseverance has paid off, so glad the customer loves it too

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    Am on my phone so didn't see this when I replied to the other thread. As I said before, great design element!

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    Nice and chunky pat, what's the stone Is it Labradorite, sorry cant quite tell.
    Did you mange to use the second link i put up for the make your own burnisher :-)
    Self teaching with the memory span of a gold fish

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    Looks Great Pat,It makes all the stress worth it when the customer loves it !

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    Well done Pat. Shee'l come back for more, I'm sure. Dennis.

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    Hooray for perserverance!
    I made a 1mm thick widecuff and was shocked how heavy it was! (Not sure why, when I'd seen how much it weighed!)

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    Glad you got it finished - it looks great!

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    Well done you! Thats wonderful..Love the hammered finish
    Didi

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    No its the customers own Opal. Her boyfriend bought it for her and she wanted it set in something. No I didnt see the link about the burnisher, how long ago was it, I will have a look.

    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Nice and chunky pat, what's the stone Is it Labradorite, sorry cant quite tell.
    Did you mange to use the second link i put up for the make your own burnisher :-)

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