How to Make Fork Bracelets

How To Make Fork Bracelets and Necklaces

You'll learn everything you need to know! What Forks To Use. Knowing what forks to use is very important. Some forks bend much easier than others and are ideal for fork bracelets. Learn which types are the best. Tools. Having the right tools is crucial if you want to turn out stunning products. Learn what the pros use for getting that perfect bracelet every time! Preparation. Preparing the fork the proper way will make sure that your bracelet has that glimmering, polished look in the end. Maryann goes over her technique for preparing the fork the right way. Bending The Fork. You can fumble around for months trying to figure this part out, or you can let Maryann show you how it's done. Years of experience speak to you to give you the training you need to bend like a pro! Finding The Perfect Stone. Finding the perfect stone or jewel to put into your bracelet is an art in itself. Learn how to get the perfect match between fork and jewel to make them combine into a complete, stunning piece of jewelry! More here...

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Aegina Kolonna The History of a Greek Acropolis

Aegina Colona Plan

The fact that at this time, when most of the other Bronze Age settlements were undergoing a phase of serious decline, there evolved in Aegina a wealthy elite, is shown by a hoard of jewelry that belongs to a stratum of this phase in the Inner Town (Fig. 5).16 Apparently it was hidden in a time of danger - the stratum shows traces of severe burning - and not subsequently recovered. It consists of a series of long, deliberately bent golden pins with loop terminals, gold and silver bracelets, one or more necklaces with differently shaped beads of gold, silver, rock crystal, faience and carnelian - one of them with etched decoration - and a number of gold and silver pendants with embossed and soldered wire decoration. Evidently the hoard is a mixtum compositum whose items show close affinities to types of rather different provenances - from the eastern Aegean area, Anatolia, and the Levant as far as Mesopotamia. It demonstrates that Aegina could muster some wealth in these unstable times...

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