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  1. Legba3

    A whole bunch of new pieces.

    WOW! All fabulous (as usual) but I really love the second one and the green one, just lovely.
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    It's a weave by Loke: http://www.mailleartisans.org/weaves/subcat.cgi?mode=weave&key=6550 As for the pics, thanks! I do love my black mirror.
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    Flat but not riveted chainmail

    I like it.
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    Necklace and 1st attempt at Man Jewlery

    Both very nice.
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    First 2 weeks Summary (image heavy)

    All fabulous and I too just have to make necklaces with scales now!!!
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    It is finally done!

    All looks great, the inlay is fab. I too suggest saw cut rings for jewellery.
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    Hover inlay

    Totally awesome!
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    First attempt at jap 12:2

    Looks great.
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    my first piece sold

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    presentation sock

    LOL cool!
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    Great stuff, you shouldn't need good luck.
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    Haven't been on in a long while

    Enchantress is around when she gets time, I haven't seen Lord Allenoxxe for ages though. And yes Tawnos is gone for good, there was some kind of dissagrement with the powers that be (I don't know what exactly as the threads were deleted before I read them).
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    Fun with niobium!

    All lovely but the Trizantine is my fav, great stuff.
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    Help please...?

    Thanks guys, that's not the exact same pic but that's the right design. Thank you
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    Help please...?

    I'm trying to find a pic of a hand made copper toggle clasp I saw recently. Trouble is I'm having a blonde moment and I can't remember where i saw it or who made it. It's entirely possible it wasn't even on these forums. It was made from large gauge wire and was a ring and a bar with smaller gauge wire wrapped around to make the joining loops. It was a really nice design and looked like something I might be able to do. I've tried the 'search' several times but I'm not finding it. Any ideas or pointers please? Thanks
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    KeithC's work

    Wow! That's a lot of stuff. LOVE the lampshade.
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    Very new--First try--WARNING! Really big pics!

    Love the bracelet with the cords/leather on either side, that's just fabulous. A small suggestion for when you have more supplies, try the Byzantine chain in a slightly tighter AR, but I have no criticism. It's all looking really good to me, keep up the great work.
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    A new variation based on Elfin which was based on Elfweave. Elderin is a name for the elder elves in Lord of the Rings (books) so ties in with the related weaves. Very similar to Elfin except the middle rings alternate in the direction they lie. Top/bottom of chain Side of Chain 1mm sterling wire wound on a 4mm rod so ID is around 4.2 -4.3mm. A good AR for this weave is around 4-5. I think both this and Elfin have the possibility of being expanded into sheets or webs.
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    Cab wrap with wire finish.

    I got mine from these two sellers on Etsy, they don't have much listed on there at the moment but it would be worth asking them. http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5008731 http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5134504
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    Copper Byzantine Cubed Bracelet

    Very nice!
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    Help identifying the artisan of this piece please

    As soon as I saw that I knew who it was made by
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    Playing with Orbitals

    Oh yes that's a much better pic! Thanks. Really liking the scales too.
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    Cab wrap with wire finish.

    OK if you could take a few pics of the process and an explanation of what you're doing with each pic, that's pretty much a tut done. If you really don't want to do it yourself please email me the explanation and I'll try making one and put a tut together. Thanks redcrow@corvuschain.co.uk
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    Straight razors (not maille)

    Love the Malachite cabs!
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    a few new bits

    Fabulous work!