by Terri Wlaschin. (Key West, FL) I went to the Polymer Clay Carnival in Las Vegas last year and took a class from Leslie Blackford who is a master sculptor of poly clay animals, clowns, and other items. I made a clown ring in class and then went wild when I came home. I was like a mad scientist. Ideas started coming out of my head like lightening bolts … [Read more...] about Snap On Rings
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by Boysie E Brown. (Home) These rings are made with aluminum wire 14 & 16 gauge wire. Cut wire length desired for finger. Then wrap wire around ring mandrel to the size of your finger. Twist wire at the top and then twist around until it forms a rose shape. Cut ends and then tuck under the rose. Boysie E Brown Styles and Fashion Earrings … [Read more...] about Wire Sculptured Rings
by Rhonda Johnson. (Idaho) My grandson requested a custom ring for his 19th birthday, and wanted to pick out a stone from my collection. Although I've set stones, and experimented with many aspects of metal smithing, I'd not embraced the challenge of designing a ring. It took a grandson's wish to force me to overcome fear of failure. And I did! For this design, I … [Read more...] about Dendritic Ring
by Gina. (Pennsylvania USA) This is a wax carving. I used a file mostly. Then got it cast in sterling silver. The stone is a garnet. Gina Glar-Art Studios … [Read more...] about Ankh Ring
by Boysie E Brown. (United States) I made this handmade ring out of 9, 8 mm Forrest green cateye beads & 20 guage nontarnish brass wire. This is a nice ring & it has purpose to it. When you put this ring on your finger & the sun or light shine upon it, what a beautiful sight to see. Boysie E Brown Boytoc Jewelry … [Read more...] about Handmade Beaded Ring
by Jean Megahan. (United States) I love living in Texas! It is rodeo time in Houston. For those that don't know about it, it's a huge deal here. From trail rides to big name country music the city overflows with Texas lovin. I was working in the studio and looking forward to the rodeo and was inspired to make some jewelry to show my passion for all things … [Read more...] about Texas Jewelry
by Toula Parousou. Today I will sent you 3 rings and the story of them, which I create last Sunday. A friend of mine, a girl 27 years old, ask me If I can made for her a ring with moonstone, on leather or on 'caoutsouk'. (the leather-or caoutsouk, will be under the finger and the moonstone on the top). I tell her that I haven't leather or "caoutsouk" and I try … [Read more...] about Rings with Moonstone
by Linda Pawlowski. (Buffalo, New York USA) I've been getting into viking knit for some time now. I have made bracelets, necklaces and rings. Now the rings are not that easy to make! So I had bought some really nice gold filled wire and three awesome 7mm Dominican Republic Larimar. I wanted to make a ring out of this super bad. I got down to it, took me a good few … [Read more...] about The Little Ring That Didn’t Want to Go!
by Glenda Munguia. (Humble, Texas USA) I made a similar ring for someone else and liked it so much I decided to make one for myself. This is simple and easy. The Crystal bead and the burnished aluminum wire make it sparkle. GlendaMunguia Beautiful Jewelry by Glenda … [Read more...] about Pretty Crystal Ring For Me
by Konnie Keyworth. (Canada) This is a Silver ring with 2 mm Citrines down the Center. Nature is offering an amazing world of inspiration in lovely golden and red colored leaves for Fall. Citrine stone comes in all these warm tones so I used it together with silver because we are heading into winter and skies tend to be slate grey almost silvery. Combining … [Read more...] about Citrine & Silver Ring
by Stefania Urist. (Brooklyn, NY) The glass in the center piece of this ring is crushed up black glass fuzed together in a kiln. It is then bezel set in sterling silver and soldered to a split shank ring. This piece is inspired by my attraction to glass and metal. It is tricky to combine metal with glass since glass can be so brittle but I like to think of new ways … [Read more...] about Black Glass & Sterling Silver
by Lady Mockingbird. (Upstate New York, USA) Snap settings and lab created gemstones are a wonderful way to get really excellent looking gems into your jewelry work, without adding excessive cost to your materials list. If you solder, then adding these settings into basic ring shanks is pretty simple. I don't solder though, and I've only used snap settings a few … [Read more...] about New Use for Snap Sets & Viking Knit Scraps