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GoldBenj

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51 minutes ago, GoldBenj said:

Probably not everyones taste but today I made a keepsake pendant in silver for a customer of mine, his son sadly died and he wanted something he could wear that he could put his sons ashes in to keep his son close to him so I made him this to wear on a silver chain.

Ben 

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Nice m8

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On 9/23/2016 at 14:09, BackyardBullion said:

Love the idea of this thread! Today I made:-

 

 

I must be a total wus, that look flaming <pun> dangerous!

Through my computer screen is just as close as I want to get to molten metal thanks   lol

On 9/30/2016 at 13:14, GoldBenj said:

Today I made a ring using a customer's old 22ct wedding band and 2 1g fine gold bars they had, finished up about 23ct I would think.

Took some pictures of the process to show you guys.

 

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This and the bangle are stunning mate.

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9 hours ago, SilverSniper said:

I must be a total wus, that look flaming <pun> dangerous!

Through my computer screen is just as close as I want to get to molten metal thanks   lol

The camera is not that close, its just a good zoom lens! If you are sensible and prepared and wear appropriate safety equipment then it is not dangerous. The kiln Inuse is quite small (capacity of 2.7oz molten silver) the bigger kilns (20oz molten silver +) are exponentially more dangerous and you would need proper arm gloves and thick leather aprons and a face mask etc. Thanks for watching!

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