I remember reading your post where you made a bent ring round.
So I will assume you are a beginner in this trade.
Now, if you are to learn anything, I will not tell you how to make
I will ask you the following questions, which you must answer, either
in a reply or you write it all out on paper, as part of your learning
How many sides does a cube have?
are they all the same size?
then take some card, and a pair of scissors,
and cut out this no of sides, say 5cm by 5 cm.
Now see how you can put them together.
How many ways can you do this? Start with some more card and see how
you can reduce the number of pieces to the barest minimum? I will now
give you a clue. this minimum is 2 pieces.
work out how you can do this, then come back here with you
description and answer.
Now we have gotten this far. I will next let you take some thin
copper sheet say 1/2mm thick and your scissors or shears, and
replicate these pieces in metal making each side of your cube say 2.5
cm. by 2.5cm When you have done this, you will need to solder up the
Thats another skill which i expect you to have studied in books on
silversmithing, and practiced on odd bits of metal to the stage you
can repeat your soldering accurately every time.
Only when you can complete say, 5 identical cubes in copper, I will
then let you do the same in sterling.
I await your proper written reply.