Divine Jewelry Creations


Divine Jewelry Creations

A place for all jewelry makers to network, share, and learn. You are welcome here if you make jewelry for fun or profit or if you are just a fan.

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North Woods Fever Jewelry

Started by Autymn Moone Dec 4, 2011. 0 Replies

gmes for jewellery

Started by BUKHARI Jul 17, 2011. 0 Replies

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Comment by Gothic Rose on February 22, 2015 at 10:07am

Merry Meet! I'm just a fan because I'm retired..when I was younger I used to make and sell beaded necklaces and earrings @ a friend's mother's Hair Salon. I used a lot of semi precious stones & I ended @ wrapping stones with wire. Blessings!

Comment by Adolpha Gavina on September 22, 2014 at 5:45am
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Comment by Amethyst Samia on December 20, 2012 at 4:21pm
Very pretty
Comment by steve hawkins on November 13, 2011 at 1:22am

Starting to do some wire wrap work and am slowly 'getting it', top piece is turquoise on copper and brass.bottom, a opaque ruby on copper and sterling silver.

Comment by Broken Crow on September 22, 2011 at 11:38am
Comment by Broken Crow on September 22, 2011 at 11:37am
greetings to all. I am a silversmith and artist. I make Jewelry, Clocks, Statues and more using silver and other materials. I use the old methods of fabrication using hand tools. The only electric Items I use is a flex-shaft to drill and polish.  For 10 years I lived in a tipi in the Olympic Mountains and used bone and hammers to shape silver with.
Comment by Amy Jewell Designs, Inc. on September 12, 2011 at 4:18pm
A little about myself, I was born and raised in Central Maine, except for a few years that my husband and I lived in Alaska. That was one of the most wonderful experience in my life.

I have been making hand made jewelry for over 10 years, and providing inexpensive jewelry to my local community without the overly high priced marked up prices from the third world countries, which manpower sweatshops, shoddy workmanship, cheap materials and mass production. All our jewelry and designs are personally designed and hand made.

I personally hand pick all the materials, gemstones and precious metals from around the world which goes into our finished products. We stand 100% behind our jewelry, and very proud to say it's AMERICAN MADE right here in Maine....

We offer free design services to our customers. I personally know all too well what it's like when your looking for the perfect piece of jewelry that's going to make that day more special when your getting married, or a special occasion, or anniversary.
Or your simply looking for the perfect gift for someone very dear to you or you have an outfit in your closet that you've been aching to wear, but just don't have anything to go with it.

That's where we come in. You simply give us an idea of what your looking for, myself and our team will come up with something that will be cherished and a wonderful hand me down for centuries to come.
From time to time, I also offer free classes to those who are truly inspired.

Have a Blessed Day

Comment by steve hawkins on August 4, 2011 at 1:42am
I've been cabbing some stones to try different techniques and developing ways to cast settings in pewter, the prongs are a problem as the surface tension of the molten metal interferes with its flow. Here are some of the successful pieces;There's chrysoprase, aventurine, bloodstone and an amethyst, the settings are chunky, 60s?
Comment by steve hawkins on August 3, 2011 at 8:23am
Hi tamara, I missed your post! I'm learning to photograph my gems and jewelry using a usb microscope, camera phones aren't up to it. here's a test shot of a topaz I cut.I made some test pieces of jewelry a while ago, will post them tomorrow, I'm in australia and it's 10:30 pm.

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