by Lou Dixon. (United Kingdom) I have recently fallen in love with recycled copper pipes! I love the changing colours of them and the fact that they are being given a second lease of life! These rings are made as a set of two - each ring embossed with one half of the coordinates of the person's "special place". I first made a these for my two brothers as a … [Read more...] about Copper Coordinate Rings
Gallery of handmade ring designs.
by Louise. (Cape Town SA) I found a tutorial on youtube on how to do nail polish marbling on glass stones, and made a wire wrapped ring. Louise Lulu's Loot … [Read more...] about Wire Wrapped Marbled Glass Stone Ring
by Maria Mavromichalou. (Naila, Germany) Ring inspired from ancient Greece. A Greek symbol for eternity. Stone made of polymer clay and gold leaf. Maria Mavromichalou MM Kosmimata … [Read more...] about Ring with Greek Symbol Meandros
by Janice Root. (Orange City, Florida) Since the previous newsletter issue contains an article about patinas, I'd like to share with you the result of a new technique I tried. I etched and domed three copper disks of varying sizes and soldered them to twisted 14-gauge sterling silver. After antiquing with liver of sulphur, I used a mixture of nail polish … [Read more...] about Nebula Etched Copper and Sterling Stacking Rings
by David. (Durham, NC) This past week my dog and I were hanging out at a country yard sale. It's not a great market for homemade jewelry, but a woman came up and started trying on rings. Only one fit (size nine) and wasn't her style. She mentioned have big knuckles from her softball playing days. I told her that I would make her a ring that would fit properly, … [Read more...] about Beads and Button Wire Rings
by Lawrence Dallas. (Memphis, Tennessee) These rings I had made for people I know and love. Two of these rings are made of Argentium Silver. My Wife Tammy loved her 40th Anniversary Ring. The second ring is made of Sterling Silver that has a Patina with a Diamond. The third ring was made for a friend. Mother-of-Pearl Marquise, she loved it. The … [Read more...] about Rings I Love!
by Dianne Jacques. (Windsor, Vermont) My latest addiction is rings…and I am having a blast and more importantly, learning a lot. Rings are a great way to practice soldering joins and finish detail. I bought a great new device for the flex shaft…a split mandrel, who knew? It makes easy work of finishing the inside of rings. Dianne Jacques Divella … [Read more...] about Making Rings – Going Around in Circles!
by Maxine Booth. (Jamestown, TN) This sterling and amazonite ring was created just off the top of my head, with things that were on my worktable and driving me crazy. I think I found a good use for them, in an off-kilter sort of way. The headpin that holds it together is not sterling but I think it works well to complete the look. Maxine Booth Jazzy Joolz … [Read more...] about Just for Fun Ring
by Rinske Van Brederode. (Barrie Ontario Canada) I love making copper rings! Stripping the electrical wire, bending and hammering, hammering and bending some more. Often they are enhanced with a bead, but I always patina them. I just love the way the colour changes and how they look. I have to get better at taking pictures and with my tablet I am working on … [Read more...] about Love 4 Rings!
by Boysie E Brown. (Kitchen table) These rings are made out of aluminum 16 gauge silver wire. This wire will not rust. These rings are very comfortable to wear. They have style to them. Boysie E Brown Styles and fashion earrings … [Read more...] about Wire Sculptured Rings
by Jane. (North Carolina) Hello guys, and thank you Rena for this great website! I have had numerous inspirations just from reading articles here!! One of those inspirations being this copper heart ring. I made it after reading Rena's rustic ring tutorial. I never was able to follow any tutorial exactly, I always think of my own little additions and tweaks to … [Read more...] about Unique Metal and Wire Copper Heart Ring
by Janice Root. (Orange City, Florida) I created this ring after my husband of three weeks died quite suddenly. I used the reticulation process to refine the silver and then carved it with a torch. I parted it down the middle and created silver strips to "bandage" the crack. I wear this ring quite often. It's not "pretty" jewelry, so it isn't for … [Read more...] about “Shattered” Ring