Materials And Tools

3-mm mandrel

3V.< feci (I m) of sterling silver wire. 18 gouge (I mm)

I ring made from 18-gauge II mm) sterling silver wire on a 3-mm mandrel

Sterling silver fancy lobster claw clasp. 15 mm

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Make the coll and cut the figure eights, shaping them as described. To loin them, carefully open one end.

Attach a ring and a clasp on one end. Polish in the tumbler.

Brxcki.kt of Figire Mights with Silver Beads

MATERIALS AND TOOLS ■I-mm mandrel

3 '/< 'feet 11 m) of sterling silver wire. 18 gauge (I mm I

15 rings made from 16-gaugc (1.2 mm) sterling silver wire on a t-mm mandrel

15 sterling silver ball beads. ■I mm in diameter

Sterling silver fancy lobster claw clasp. 11 mm

Photo on page 46 Make the coil and cut off the figure eights, shaping them with pliers.

Join the figure eights with the rings.

threading a silver bead on each ring before closing it.

Begin and end the bracelet with a single ring. Mount the clasp on one end. Polish in the tumbler.

32 rings made from 22-gauge (.6 mm ling silver wire on a 2.1-mm mantle-

2 sterling silver ear studs with eyes

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Length: 16 inches (40 cm) without clasp

MATERIALS AND TOOLS 3-mm mandrel

5 feet (1.5 m) of sterling silver wire. 20 gauge (.8 mm I

100 rings made from 22-gauge (.0 mm) sterling silver wire on a 2.1-mm mandrel

2 sterling silver pimp rings. I to 5 mm in diameter

Sterling silver fancy lobster claw clasp. 11 mm

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Make the coil and cut and shape the eights as described. Join them with a pair of small rings. Set a larger ring on each end of the finished chain. Mount the clasp on one end. Polish in the rotary tumbler.

Figirf Might Mvrkings

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