I made this ring yesterday for fun. It’s adjustable and it floats over my middle finger and my baby finger … depending!
I am currently working on a more complex project now … this pendant. It can be worn front-to-back or back-to-front to show off both sides of the stone. I’m using two different bezel techniques, too.
Right now, I am working out the design for a rectangular chimney bale using cardboard and tape. I want to make it so that will be flat on top and so the chain fits through the sides.
I will then make the chain. It will have a single, round, matching, yellow Jasper bead representing the sun. The sun will float above this little tiny house on the side opposite the chimney.
Here are some close-ups of it as a work-in-progress. I keep it and all it’s little bits in a tin held together iwth pretty elastics 😉
Here is the bezel from the back. It’s almost there … but not yet soldered … I am still working on setting the square wire inside so it fits perfectly without any gaps.
The square wire is now sitting flat against the gemstone.
Here you can see the square wire separated from the bezel frame.
And here is what it looks like on the other side. I’ll be bending the edges to set the stone in once I even out the sides and finish soldering on the chimney bale.
I have another couple of projects on the go as well. This ring needs more polishing.
It also has a triangle and a square cut out.
I am working on a matching bracelet.