Jewelry Tools

5-Ways-to-Use-a-Rolling-Mill

5 Ways to Use a Rolling Mill in your Jewelry Studio and Maintenance Primer

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Rolling mills and jewelry studios go hand in hand. Some jewelers use their rolling mills to imprint patterns on an annealed metal sheet. Others use a rolling mill as the raw material workhorse of their studios.  I personally have always seen it as a luxury. As a texture and patterning tool to run brass pattern sheets through or fun found objects. It sort of just sat in studios that I visited, used but not too often. That all changed. Read on to see how the rolling mill can become indispensable in your studio practice.

Sizing a Finger Ring Down

How to Size a Ring Down

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Sizing a ring up, in my opinion, is much easier than sizing a ring down. You have ring stretchers that allow you to get the job done quickly, but there are not that many tools available when reducing the size of a ring.

Sizing a Finger Ring Up

How to Size a Ring Up

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Having the skills to size rings can be very handy for your jewelry studio business, especially if you don’t have the right size for a customer in stock. Learn sizing to capture more sales and offer superior service to your clients.