Gemstone donuts are beautiful and always catch you eye at bead
shows. But, when you get home, you don’t know what to do with
them, so they get stashed in a box or drawer for “later”.
This project incorporates one of these smaller donuts into a simple,
but dramatic piece of jewelry.
Fused silver has a very attractive organic, one-of-a-kind look, making
it the perfect element for a unique piece of jewelry.
If you have not tried fusion before, this is a small project perfect to try
your hand at without risking a lot of material.
The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 18 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips!
For intermediate skill students.
Rings are perfect to display small gemstone donuts.
This project is a simple take on an adjustable wrap-around
It can be made in copper, brass or silver, with any colored stone
The small domed cup on the center can be changed to a square,
triangle or oval.
The texture on the cup and shank can be stamped, rolled milled
This means that your ring will always be a unique piece of art