I am a woodworker and make wood jewelry. I make Ebony bracelets that
I would like to add silver to the inner circumference of the bangle.
These bangles have a flat inside with a small radius on each inside
edge. They are 17 to 25 mm wide
I was thinking I could roll the silver up the radius to secure it. I
work with wood tools, so my methods might seem a bit odd.
My idea is to create the lining by soldering a strip of silver 2 mm
wider then the width of the bracelet. I would then slide the lining
in the bracelet and put it on the lathe. I would spin the silver and
roll it over.
I have read “Goldsmithing & Silver Work: Jewelry, Vessels &
Ornaments” By Carles Codina.
I have never worked with silver in this way and wonder if anyone has
any suggestions for rpm etc.