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New sterling silver and dichroic design pendant.

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New sterling silver and dichroic design pendant.

A new and unique design sterling silver pendant. Hand crafted in our studio in Northallerton. The dichroic glass for this pendant is made by firing multiple strips of glass in the kiln then shaping by hand and then firing again with a gas torch to smooth the edges. The silver is then hand made, shaped and soldered to fit the dichroic glass.       You can see this and many more designs on my website at www.stevesmithjewellery.co.uk   I am always designing new pieces so keep an eye out on here, my website and facebook if you want that...

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Unique Wedding Jewellery

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Unique Wedding Jewellery

Here is just a few of the new range of wedding jewellery, an ideal gift for the brides maid or mother of the bride or even flower girls. Something totally unique for that special occassion......     To see where to buy these from, just click the following link   stevesmithjewellery.co.uk Thanks for stopping by and having a look.

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Silver Dragon design pendants.

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Silver Dragon design pendants.

Wow...... If I say so myself. Just loving these new Silver Lustre Dragon decals. They look amazing fired onto dichroic glass.       Dragon pendants   Just a quick blog post. As i'm going cross eyed looking at the computer. Thanks for stopping by and having a look. Steve

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How to make dichroic glass hair barrettes.

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How to make dichroic glass hair barrettes.

OK! Here goes....... A short story of how I make Dichroic Glass Hair Barrettes. First things first, pick a selection of different coloured dichroic glass sheets and cut into 5/16" x 2"3/8" pieces. Then cut matching Tekta glass to make the pieces thick enough for the fusing process. Set all the pieces out on a kiln washed firing tile. Yes, nicely regimented and possibly a bit OCD at this point. Then, carefully place in the cool kiln, making sure no pieces of glass has slipped. This final check of the unfused glass is is very important as once the temperature...

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Beatiful hand crafted designed jewellery

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Beatiful hand crafted designed jewellery

Just a few of my designs using dichroic glass and sterling silver. To see these and many more please visit    www.stevesmithjewellery.com   New designs are alway being added to my collection.  

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