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  1. #1
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    Geometric sterling silver sphere ring - $295

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    This geometric silver ring is an attention grabber.

    Its design makes it almost impossible to mass produce using a mould. Each and every ring is created on a 3D printer, cast in silver and hand finished using traditional jewellery making techniques. It weighs in at a generous 18 grams of solid sterling silver.

    Find this ring at http://www.etsy.com/au/listing/98533...silver-ring-3d

    More information at:
    www.fairinacheng.etsy.com
    www.facebook.com/fairinachengjewellery

    Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions!

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    Very awesome looking ring. Do you print the entire thing, or just he sphere part?

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    Thanks MartinPoets! I've been printing the entire ring but another option would be handmaking the band and soldering it to the sphere. That's a little more fiddly though!

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    Hello everyone, the most popular and widespread is 925 sterling silver, it is from it that jewelry, souvenirs, dishes and so on are created. However, the finish can be different, including the addition of other metals. Not long ago I found wholesale 925 sterling silver jewelry cheap online from JewelryBund which does not darken and is always pure white in color.

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