cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)

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cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)

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cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
Trizantine - Was the weave I was trying to discribe for you.
or maybe
6in1 Full Persian - If you want something more solid looking. Here's one I made earlier... )

My usual supplier do 10k solid or 14k gold filled, but as mentioned, I'm sure I can source gold wire and make the links up myself if that would be prefered.

New photo's

Dec. 9th, 2005 12:47 am
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
Silver Round-Mail Vial Pendant )
I may change the decorative chain on this, add a bit of purple niobium just to break up the silver a bit, also swop the 2 links the chain goes through for purple, make them a bit easier to find when re-therading it.

Silver and Purple Niobium Byzantine Bracelet )

Silver and Purple Niobium Byzantine Ear Rings )
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
If there are any requests for orders to be delivered in time for Yule/Christmas/whatever, I need details ASAP.

Below are some examples of what I can make with the materials I've got in stock at the moment.

Ear rings in various styles from £14 a pair. Available in silver, anodised niobium and a limited amount of gold fill, titanium and anodised titanium.
Japanese style bracelets from £7 depending on materials and colour combinations (£1 extra for titanium, plus £1 per extra colour and for 12in2 where available). Available in Anodised aluminium and titanium in various colours, plus bright aluminium and plain titanium.
Euro 6in1 style chokers and bracelets from £20 for a bracelet and £35 for a choker. Available in anodised aluminium and bright aluminium.
Details for these can be found on the jewellery page.

Box, Byzantine and Persian style chains for necklaces and bracelets or chains for key and wallet chains, price depending on material, style and length. Available in titanium and anodised titanium and a limited amount of anodised aluminium.
Examples can can be found on the jewellery page or the chains page.

Glow stick pendants in silver from £15 or silver and purple niobium from £18.
Perfume sample vial pendants in silver from £20.
Details of these can be found on the curiosities page.

For more information, please see the website and contact me via the forum or leave a comment here, including an email address. Comments will be screened.


Nov. 30th, 2005 09:37 pm
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
I've updated the website again, mostly just a bit of a tidy up, but I've finally added the perfume vial pendant prototype to the curiosities page.
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
This is has been made in titanium and fits a perfume sample vial (with the clip trimmed off). The silver and niobium detail at the bottom was to get an idea if a bit of decoration would work. I've just got some silver in the right size, so will be making up a another at some point soon.

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cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
About to put in an order for materials, mostly some titanium for various projects and some silver and niobium links to make tubes for perfume sample vials, similar to the glowstick holders.
I have a prototype made up in titanium, so I'll try and get a photo of that and post it at some point.
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
Due to kindness of being offered lifts and stuff, I've been able to book for BiCon.
To help pay for it and hopefully give me a bit of beer money, I was hoping to take a few bits and pieces to sell.
Please go have a look at the website and let me know, either with a comment here if there's anything you're interested in.
I had hoped to be able to make up some bi flag colours Japanese-style bracelets, but won't be getting the materials in until after the event (but can make them in other colours, just not the pink yet). Same with the all silver glow stick tube pendants (though I have got some materials to make these in titanium at the moment).
I do have the materials to make a few pairs of 6in1 ear rings in pink, purple and blue niobium. I also have materials to make the 6in1 and the byzantine chain ear rings (which I've yet to add to the site, but will do ASAP) in silver, gold fill, titanium and various colours of aluminium and niobium.


Jul. 27th, 2005 12:10 am
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
I've ordered more supplies, so will be able to do the glow-stick pendants in silver and silver with purple niobium trims once those arrive.
There must have been enough interest in the pink aluminium at the size I was after that they've finally done a batch at last, so I'll also be able to do the Japanese style bracelets in the Bi flag colours (pink, purple and blue).


Jul. 3rd, 2005 05:26 pm
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
Will be making another order for materials in the next week or there abouts, so if your're interested in a commision, now would be an excelent time to contact me about it.
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
3 photo's )
Had to use a mix of materials, idealy the finished production version would be all sterling silver (prototype uses titanium for the chain loops and purple niobium for the base contraction, 'cause that's what I had available) and needs a little revising now I've actually tried it with a glowstick (remove one of the layers of links to take out some of the slack), but I'm bloody happy with it.

For those that are interested, I got the mini glowsticks from here.

Will need to order more materials before I can make more, but will be doing that fairly soon, as I'd like to have some of these available for BiCon.

Update: Having the materials to hand, tried making one in titanium. Photo to follow as/when I get access to a camera. Not bad, but I actually prefer the silver for this piece. Could also use niobium, if colours are requested, but for now will probably just get in the materials in silver, though I may get a few bits to do the accents (chain loops and contraction) in niobium.

Further Update: Found a better supply for the glowsticks here. Cheeper (if I've worked it out right) and they do more colours.
cragdu: (Pictish Badger Design)
Think it was Gail that mentioned it, but it's an excelent idea and I'm going to hijack it...
1.5" mini glowstick in a round-mail tube, so it can be worn as a pendant.

Expect more info once I've experimented a bit.
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