Trish- Do I know how to make that ring? I sure do. Can I tell you
how to do do it? Of course. I’d be happy to.
Would I make that ring my self? Never.
Why? Because as my late southern mother would say “Well now honey,
that’s not going to last until the water gets hot.” A ring that is
enameled all the way around like that one shown will last for only a
very few wearings before the enamel will crack and break.
Vitreous enamel is just ground up glass fired onto metal. Very soft
and very fragile. Your customers would be very unhappy.
If you still really really want to make that ring PM me offline and
I’ll be happy to tell you how.
Have fun and make lots of jewelry.
PS: If you want to see enameling done beautifully, look at James
Miller’s work as well as Marianne Hunter’s work. Both totally
different, both great examples of how enamel can be used.