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White Dryad - My new Jewelry line


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Hello guys. Its been some time since i last posted and i am very very happy to do so again. Today (as with the previous time) i don't bring forth any blade smithing work as i have been away from hammering hot stuff lately...after I ceremoniously broke my crappy welded hydraulic press....now I am gathering money to get some professional welding on my press and then i think i will be ready to resume my very desired sword smithing :3.

 

So, for now I thought I'd share some of my jewelry making endeavors. Just yesterday me and my partner (we make the jewelry together) started a facebook page with our work. If you guys like what you see, we would be thrilled if you supported us by liking or sharing our work. It would be quite a dream if we could manage to start making a living out of this. Sorry for not showing any smithing work, but since this forum is important for me I liked the idea of sharing this with you!

 

 

Here is the work and here is the FB page!! I hunger for your feedback :D.

 

https://www.facebook.com/WhiteDryadJewelry

 

 

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Labros...

 

My Hellenic font is not working for some reason...

 

Very nice and clean...very orgainic... I would get something like that for the Missus...

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It is like the metal itself is fluid yet frozen in time! Beautiful work my friend!

 

John

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It is like the metal itself is fluid yet frozen in time!

 

John

John, that is the nature of metal isn't it? :)

 

Labros, beautiful work. What processes do you use to make these?

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