Monday, May 11, 2009

Accessorizing with Enamel Jewelry

Go ethnic or go modern, enamel jewelry will sophisticate your outfit. The patterns and colors of enamel jewelry can range contemporary to boho chic designs. Polyvorians have already spotted this hot trend!

5 comments:

jewelry chains said...

She got her start in jewelry making alongside her grandmother, edith meyer, who taught her the basics of making enamel jewelry when she was just six years old.

David Moore said...

I love your pictures!

jewelry making said...

I never seen anything like this, so beautiful.

Leslie Edmonds(secretstojewelrymaking) said...

Those mixes are creative and perfect. WOW!

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I use the toner-transfer PCB etching techniques outlined on this very site to etch designs into the metal, but there's still a fair amount of cutting, shaping, grinding and polishing involved before you ever crack open a jar of enamel. A jeweler's saw , a quality set of metal snips and a Dremel are an absolute must. A nice set of small files will also come in handy, as will a large assortment of wet/dry sandpaper and emery cloth. For the enameling tools, you'll want a sifter or two, a set of grading screens, several tiny paintbrushes, some enameling stilts, a bottle of holding agent... oh, heck, just take a look at www.thompsonenamel.com.