Monday, March 4, 2013


I am really excited about these rings. They are very simple and organic. All made with adjustable antique brass bands. Chunky natural stone rocks and mountain river rocks we just brought home with us from our many waters edge walkabouts. As well as the very limited special bullhead find.

I love how displayed on a bed of moss they look as though they have just been excavated from an archeological site or something.


  1. how do you attach these?? i've experimented with a few different epoxies and no matter what, a quick whack on something sends the stones flying

    they are beautiful by the way!

  2. Hi there Ginger. I have used I think its E6000 or something similar to that. And I recently discovered that if the material you are using is safe to subject to heat you can heat your oven to 350 place your piece in there to set the glue even more. Turn off the oven and leave your piece in until the oven cools. I am new to this but so far while wearing my bull-headed ring and knocking it around it's been so far so good for me. I feel confident that they will hold but I am also in the process of learning the electroform technique which I am super excited about!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Have you ever worked with the E6000 (?)

    1. I'll have to check and see what the stuff I've been using is called... thanks for the heat tip! I'll have to give it a shot!


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