Antique Electric Motor Test Copy

December 17, 2009

I found this picture in the Spark Museum I liked the idea. A design from Daniel Davis from around 1848. I wanted to try it out with a quick, not to long taking prototype, just to see how it works. First I made a magnet to sort of get the idea of how strong it’s […]

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The Rain, Ring and a Bangle

December 13, 2009

The before and oncoming rain outside my shop window. If you look carefully, you’ll see there is a rainbow. I ran outside with my new gold testing machine, but nothing I tested reacted the way gold would. Maybe it was the rain that interfered with the tester, I don’t know. Oh well, better luck next […]

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The Dino War Machine is (temporally) Finished

December 6, 2009

Finally finished. Ok, temporally finished would be a better way to describe it, because I am still going to make a glass and brass egg for the Machine. But that is next years work. I am now officially suffering from project fatigue. I made the pictures slightly bigger than normal when you click on them, […]

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Waxes, Cast Rings, Shells and Gears

November 26, 2009

I carved these three rings in Matt purple wax. I also have been making moulds of shells and injecting Dino War Machine gears. They were cast into silver. Silver is the easiest metal to cast for me, so much so that I cast three master wax patterns in one flask. Casting masters simultaneously in one flask […]

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Jewellery and Dino War Machine

November 22, 2009

Another St Maarten Map. One of my best sellers. White gold background and fused yellow gold on the edges. The top side is the french side of the “permanent lunch time” and the bottom side is the place of the ” jacuzzi sized pot holes”. Ha Ha , I no joke, mon…. A bi-metal men’s […]

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The Dino War Machine Edges Towards Completion.

November 13, 2009

Watch out! It is coming. I finished the articulated tail today and put on the plasma transmission and receiving unit at the tip. This is what in human terms could be called a transmitter.transciever,as has been pointed out–Something that transmits and receives. The receiving unit is a copper based dish with a phosphor bronze receptor. […]

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An Opal Pendant and the Dino War Machine

November 10, 2009

Here is a nice pendant I made today. I have done more opal work than normal lately. I have also been making a lot of schlock jewellery, and I am not going to post it here. No ways I put front street stuff on my blog and have the whole world laugh at me. The Dino […]

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A Bangle, A Pendant, An Exibition and the Dino War Machine

November 6, 2009

Here is a nice bangle I made on commission for a lady from Scotland. Set with a Nigerian blue tourmaline that I cut last year. She also bought the blue tourmaline that I posted on in my last post, so they go nicely together. We don’t get many Scottish people on the island, mostly Americans. […]

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A Rose, a Ring and the Dino War Machine

November 2, 2009

Here is a commisioned gold Rose pendant set with a Rhodolite garnet. The leaves are 18ct white gold. This flower is made from an instructive video that is available here and was made by an excellent metalsmith Luis. F. Moreno. Check the benchtube videos out. They are a wonderment. This is an 18ct ring set with […]

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Of Sunsets, Signs and Cockroaches

October 30, 2009

Sunset from the top of my shop building. Nice one. I have to fix a few thing around the shop. And I am not talking about jewellery. My sign was one. It was dying and looking tatty. Taken off, and a major grill (shiver) mission, believe me….. Rotten wood and all. I had made it out […]

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