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Lauren B jewelers NYC | PriceScope Forum

Die Cast is another method of metal fabrication. Also very strong but is usually not (though not always) one that adapts to custom work well. It's just a matter of the right tool for the job, but also to make sure you are getting what you think you are getting, and not something different.
Die Cast is another method of metal fabrication. Also very strong but is usually not (though not always) one that adapts to custom work well. It's just a matter of the right tool for the job, but also to make sure you are getting what you think you are getting, and not something different.
Die Cast is another method of metal fabrication. Also very strong but is usually not (though not always) one that adapts to custom work well. It's just a matter of the right tool for the job, but also to make sure you are getting what you think you are getting, and not something different.

What do you all think of this stone. | Page 2 | PriceScope ...

Still, for things like 2.2mm solitaires or thick metal designs the difference in tensile strength and better fatigue don't matter as much. There is enough metal there that the piece with be strong. And for pieces with designs that require exact optical/physical symmetry with metal casting is superior.
Still, for things like 2.2mm solitaires or thick metal designs the difference in tensile strength and better fatigue don't matter as much. There is enough metal there that the piece with be strong. And for pieces with designs that require exact optical/physical symmetry with metal casting is superior.
Still, for things like 2.2mm solitaires or thick metal designs the difference in tensile strength and better fatigue don't matter as much. There is enough metal there that the piece with be strong. And for pieces with designs that require exact optical/physical symmetry with metal casting is superior.

Now I really did it :(( | Page 502 | PriceScope Forum

the last little pix is of my brother Bobby who died of lung cancer in June 15, he was such a funny funny funny guy.. he worked in metal work (sheet metal, metal fabrication, POWDER coating ((which imho was what caused the cancer) I miss him, because while I always rate a 4 on the funny factor, he was totally a 5 outta 5.. miss him.. but I know ...
the last little pix is of my brother Bobby who died of lung cancer in June 15, he was such a funny funny funny guy.. he worked in metal work (sheet metal, metal fabrication, POWDER coating ((which imho was what caused the cancer) I miss him, because while I always rate a 4 on the funny factor, he was totally a 5 outta 5.. miss him.. but I know ...
the last little pix is of my brother Bobby who died of lung cancer in June 15, he was such a funny funny funny guy.. he worked in metal work (sheet metal, metal fabrication, POWDER coating ((which imho was what caused the cancer) I miss him, because while I always rate a 4 on the funny factor, he was totally a 5 outta 5.. miss him.. but I know ...

how do jewelers "work harden" platinum | PriceScope Forum

Some metal are quickly cooled - or quenched - in water or alcohol (silver, for example) while others must be aircooled (rose gold can shatter if it is quenched). This process reorders the metal, reorganizing the crystals and recreating the open spaces. A fabricated piece is naturally workhardened during the fabrication process.
Some metal are quickly cooled - or quenched - in water or alcohol (silver, for example) while others must be aircooled (rose gold can shatter if it is quenched). This process reorders the metal, reorganizing the crystals and recreating the open spaces. A fabricated piece is naturally workhardened during the fabrication process.
Some metal are quickly cooled - or quenched - in water or alcohol (silver, for example) while others must be aircooled (rose gold can shatter if it is quenched). This process reorders the metal, reorganizing the crystals and recreating the open spaces. A fabricated piece is naturally workhardened during the fabrication process.

Help me pick a jeweler! | PriceScope Forum

The other jeweler wants to fabricate the ring from 18k wire and solder together all hand made elements (prongs, shank, basket, etc). He says that using worked metal is better because the grains of the metal are more compacted and the ring will be far stronger than casting. Which is true? Finally, one jeweler wants to use X1 white gold.
The other jeweler wants to fabricate the ring from 18k wire and solder together all hand made elements (prongs, shank, basket, etc). He says that using worked metal is better because the grains of the metal are more compacted and the ring will be far stronger than casting. Which is true? Finally, one jeweler wants to use X1 white gold.
The other jeweler wants to fabricate the ring from 18k wire and solder together all hand made elements (prongs, shank, basket, etc). He says that using worked metal is better because the grains of the metal are more compacted and the ring will be far stronger than casting. Which is true? Finally, one jeweler wants to use X1 white gold.

Platinum Sterling Alloy? | PriceScope Forum

I got engaged over two years ago and the engagement ring is a family ring. I'm having the diamond reset (someday) and I've been obsessing over what metal I want for my new ring. I have a very simple design in mind, but a custom one nonetheless. I only like white metals, and I know the standard options are platinum, white gold, and palladium.
I got engaged over two years ago and the engagement ring is a family ring. I'm having the diamond reset (someday) and I've been obsessing over what metal I want for my new ring. I have a very simple design in mind, but a custom one nonetheless. I only like white metals, and I know the standard options are platinum, white gold, and palladium.
I got engaged over two years ago and the engagement ring is a family ring. I'm having the diamond reset (someday) and I've been obsessing over what metal I want for my new ring. I have a very simple design in mind, but a custom one nonetheless. I only like white metals, and I know the standard options are platinum, white gold, and palladium.

Jeweler says he can melt down Platinum for re-use ...

Hi all - I have a 16-year old Tiffany-style six prong solitaire setting that has been gathering dust. I lost my wedding band a couple of years ago, and would like to have one made. My jeweler says that he can melt down the platinum setting and re-use it for a 1/2 pave diamond band with milgrain...
Hi all - I have a 16-year old Tiffany-style six prong solitaire setting that has been gathering dust. I lost my wedding band a couple of years ago, and would like to have one made. My jeweler says that he can melt down the platinum setting and re-use it for a 1/2 pave diamond band with milgrain...
Hi all - I have a 16-year old Tiffany-style six prong solitaire setting that has been gathering dust. I lost my wedding band a couple of years ago, and would like to have one made. My jeweler says that he can melt down the platinum setting and re-use it for a 1/2 pave diamond band with milgrain...

Van Craeynest alternatives | PriceScope

Yes, Jabel is still in business & takes pride in the fact that they still do die-struck mountings. But there are only 2 mountings in the current catalog which are reminiscent of the ornate designs of their early days, and neither of those are as fancy as the Van Craeynest mounting that has captured devaughnb's fancy (don't know if Jabel will do additional carving or set accent diamonds, but I ...
Yes, Jabel is still in business & takes pride in the fact that they still do die-struck mountings. But there are only 2 mountings in the current catalog which are reminiscent of the ornate designs of their early days, and neither of those are as fancy as the Van Craeynest mounting that has captured devaughnb's fancy (don't know if Jabel will do additional carving or set accent diamonds, but I ...
Yes, Jabel is still in business & takes pride in the fact that they still do die-struck mountings. But there are only 2 mountings in the current catalog which are reminiscent of the ornate designs of their early days, and neither of those are as fancy as the Van Craeynest mounting that has captured devaughnb's fancy (don't know if Jabel will do additional carving or set accent diamonds, but I ...

Iridium jewellery? | PriceScope Forum

Iridium: A hard, brittle metal which is difficult to work mechanically, iridium is usually alloyed with platinum (with iridium being less than 20%). The alloy is then used in robust electrical contacts, precision resistance winding, and in jewelry, especially for setting diamonds.
Iridium: A hard, brittle metal which is difficult to work mechanically, iridium is usually alloyed with platinum (with iridium being less than 20%). The alloy is then used in robust electrical contacts, precision resistance winding, and in jewelry, especially for setting diamonds.
Iridium: A hard, brittle metal which is difficult to work mechanically, iridium is usually alloyed with platinum (with iridium being less than 20%). The alloy is then used in robust electrical contacts, precision resistance winding, and in jewelry, especially for setting diamonds.

Hafnium Rings | PriceScope Forum

Melting Point: 2506 K (2233°C or 4051°F) Boiling Point: 4876 K (4603°C or 8317°F) Density: 13.3 grams per cubic centimeter Phase at Room Temperature: Solid Element Classification: Metal Period Number: 6 Group Number: 4 Group Name: none What's in a name? From the Latin word for the city of Copenhagen, Hafnia. Say what?
Melting Point: 2506 K (2233°C or 4051°F) Boiling Point: 4876 K (4603°C or 8317°F) Density: 13.3 grams per cubic centimeter Phase at Room Temperature: Solid Element Classification: Metal Period Number: 6 Group Number: 4 Group Name: none What's in a name? From the Latin word for the city of Copenhagen, Hafnia. Say what?
Melting Point: 2506 K (2233°C or 4051°F) Boiling Point: 4876 K (4603°C or 8317°F) Density: 13.3 grams per cubic centimeter Phase at Room Temperature: Solid Element Classification: Metal Period Number: 6 Group Number: 4 Group Name: none What's in a name? From the Latin word for the city of Copenhagen, Hafnia. Say what?
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