Melbourne Design Week 2022 Last year, I submitted my application to be part of Melbourne Design Week 2022 programs that was accepted. Melbourne Design Week is Australia’s largest annual design event. The main theme of MDW 2022 is “design the world you want” and two pillars are civic good and making good. Civic good looks […]
Chasing the sun earrings1
I’ve made the ‘Chasing the sun earrings1’ mainly using vitreous enamel and sterling silver. I used “cloisonne” technique to make it.
Moony nights cloisonne studsPrice: $139.00
Flying bird earringsPrice: $88.00
crane bird stud earringsPrice: $87.00
Seabird earringsPrice: $88.00
Seabird studsPrice: $87.00
Baby birds stud earringsPrice: $60.00
Mismatched hexagonal earringsPrice: $45.00
Brown button studsPrice: $49.00
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Wet Process WG Ball Enamel-Black 12545
This is a finely-ground enamel powder and can be used for painting or crackle effects.
This enamel should be fired at 760-800 degrees to be fused on metal.
Wet Process WG Ball Enamel-White 12541Price: $6.50
Wet Process WG Ball Enamel-Red 12558Price: $6.50
Millefiore – TransparentPrice: $6.00
Wet Process WG Ball Enamel-Yellow 12546Price: $6.50
Wet Process WG Ball Enamel-Royal Blue 12555Price: $6.50
Wet Process WG Ball Enamel-Deep Yellow 12549Price: $6.50
Opaque WG Ball Enamel-Grey (693)Price: $6.00
Opaque WG Ball Enamel-Brown Black (7575)Price: $6.50
Opaque WG Ball Enamel-Foundation White (7312)Price: $6.50
Opaque WG Ball Enamel-Cream White (646)Price: $6.00
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In this post, I want to write about slow fashion and slow jewellery as solutions for fashion industry. I write about our social responsibility to change our shopping behaviour. Also, I want to consider slow fashion and slow jewellery to potentially lead us towards sustainability. However, I need to explain the problem first! Fast fashion, […]
Texturing copper with silver and reticulated silver
In this post, I want to write about texturing copper with silver and reticulated silver. I have tested various forms of silver to texture copper that I recorded as a short video. You can actually use various forms of your scrap silver to texture copper and using this method, reclaim them. I am using reticulated […]
Adding a blue patina to copper using fertilizer
In this post, I want to write about adding a blue patina to copper using fertilizer. The brand I am using is Miracle.Gro. I have read about it here and I thought it is a great way to patinate copper! Because most of us are using fertilizer to grow our flowers. So, it is good […]
Pyrometer and thermocouple for an enamellist!
Why do I need a pyrometer as an enamellist? This post is about buying my first pyrometer and thermocouple as an enamellist! I decided to buy a pyrometer and thermocouple about a month ago. Some kilns are not accurate and can be off by even 100-200 degrees! I haven’t had any issue firing enamels in […]
Adding gold to copper using keum boo technique
I am using keum boo technique to attach gold foil on silver for awhile and in this post, I want to write about the results I got by trying keum boo in copper. I have written about keum boo and its basis here. Like what I showed and explained in this video, I am using […]