It’s What’s On Your Workbench Wednesday!

Here’s what I’ve been working on…bezels and charms.  I’m now ready to set the oval moss-colored nephrite cabochon into a bezel that has a star cutout on the backside.  I like the backside of jewelry to be as interesting as the front…it’s a nice extra touch, I think!  Measuring 55mm in length, the bezel on the left side of this photo is uneven in height as is the piece of petrified wood that will fit into it.  I intend to secure the petrified wood in a bed of resin faux druzy.  The contrast of shine and sparkle juxtaposing with the dullness of the brown bark will be interesting!  Next to the cast silver twig charm is a resin faux beryl crystal that will fit into a hanging bezel and dangle as a charm on a necklace I’ve yet to design. The bezel pictured at upper left will hold a shallow 10mm paua shell cabochon and be added to another component as yet unplanned. Having lots of components on hand to use in future projects is a good thing!  I hope to have several finished soon to show you in my next post.  So…what projects are you working on?  

~ by BarbaraBriggsDesigns on January 22, 2020.

2 Responses to “It’s What’s On Your Workbench Wednesday!”

  1. Looks like you’re having lots of fun!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I am, Judy!


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